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When Amelia Blake falls asleep on the eve of the darkest day of her life, she hardly expects to be kidnapped. Much less whisked away to the underworld where Seth and his brothers oversee dreams. Seth says Amelia not only agreed to go willingly, he claims she has a power he needs to fight the Erobos, dream-givers possessed by the dark remains of a primordial god. Even though Seth ignites a fire within her, Amelia doesn’t trust him, and she certainly doesn’t remember making any ...
When Amelia Blake falls asleep on the eve of the darkest day of her life, she hardly expects to be kidnapped. Much less whisked away to the underworld where Seth and his brothers oversee dreams. Seth says Amelia not only agreed to go willingly, he claims she has a power he needs to fight the Erobos, dream-givers possessed by the dark remains of a primordial god. Even though Seth ignites a fire within her, Amelia doesn’t trust him, and she certainly doesn’t remember making any kind of compact with her immortal captor.
Amelia soon learns Seth is telling the truth. She’s trapped in an alternate dimension where dreams are real and darkness lurks around every corner, eager to claim her very soul. With no other option to gain her freedom, Amelia sets out to help Seth find the key that will unlock his realm and potentially save the world. But when Amelia secretly crosses the barrier between Seth’s realm and the Dreamscape, her power draws the dark leader of the Erobos, who wants her for his own designs. And now, Amelia is truly being hunted. Can she learn to trust Seth soon enough to find the key and gain her freedom? Or will her hesitation unleash the Erobos on Earth?
Posted July 28, 2014
Posted August 23, 2013
Dream Away..... It will be a dream you never forget!
Dreamscape is an amazing story that draws you in right from the start. I mean I don't know about you but I love books that take you by surprise and this is one of them. I never knew where the story was going because it flowed so smoothly that I just knew where it was going but when I turned the page it would go somewhere else.
Amelia is grieving the loss of her grandmother. She just lost her and she is spending her last night in her grandmothers home before she is homeless. She has lost everything except for her dream man. So when she sets out to sleep she is excited to see her man in her dreams. She shares so much with him and he is her only bright spot in this dark and lonely world she lives in. So she lays down and drifts off to sleep thinking about her dream man only to be woken up by a strange man knocking on her grandmothers door. As she opens the door to see what he wants her world changes. She is suddenly taken and held against her will by Seth.
Seth is responsible for sending dreams to humans. He did something years ago and was punished and in order to escape his hell that he is living in he will have to convince Amelia to join him. If Seth fails to do this he stands to lose more than his dreams but Amelia. Will Seth be able to convince Amelia to stay with him and fight for them and the drams they shared? Or Will Amelia run and turn the other way?
This is such a must read that had me at the edge of my seat the entire time I was reading it and it had me wanting no needing more. I totally loved Amelia as a heroine and Seth was just simply dreamy!
Posted August 21, 2013
**original post on Gin's Book Notes**
Dreamscape is an amazing journey into worlds of light and darkness. Places where beings struggle for souls to aid in the age long fight of good versus evil. It is such a creative and original story while at the same time requiring the reader to think and wrap their mind around the duality of not only the worlds but of the characters and the struggles they face.
The book is told from Amelia’s and then Seth’s point of view each alternating chapters and it works. The story flows and gives you great insight into the characters and the separate worlds that they come from. This enables you to become fully vested in their lives and their struggles as they learn to accept each other and the roles they both must play. I found all of the characters to be well developed and complex. Each one of them struggling with a past experience and trying to come to terms with a new future.
There are so many things about this book that I am impressed with that I could easily write an essay. I will save you from having to read that by just saying that I am extremely impressed with Christie’s world building and character development. I believe that this book is an amazing beginning to what promises to be a fantastic journey into the battle of light and darkness. I am anxiously waiting for Book 2 of the Netherworld series. I can’t wait to see what happens next.
Posted August 10, 2013
Omg I am sooooo ready for the next book this read was Awesome and the cliff hanging end or to be continued ending was like......wow I think I said that out loud can't wait Ms. Rich is awesome keeping writing cause I will be forever readingWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 11, 2015
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