Dream Casters: Light


Dream casters_review

Author:Adrienne Woods
Publisher:Fire Quill Publishing
Genre: YA, Fantasy
Source: ARC from netgalley
Published:29 May 2015

Cover: It is okayish. The color palette manages to exude mystery. The central part of the illustration is beautifully imagined and depicted though.

Review:
The book opens with a small description of the world the story is set in. It is a dream casters world who are responsible for creating dreams. There are Light casters who manage good dreams, their counterparts are shadow casters who are responsible for nightmares.
And it all starts when a light caster fell in love with a shadow caster, and now they are on the run, to protect their unborn baby.
Time flies and Chastity Blake is 15 years old living in Chicago. She is navigating high school while being bullied by her ex best friend. When she is ambushed by a group of mean boys from her school, in an episode of fear, she puts everyone to sleep by releasing golden sand from her fingers. This leads to a strange turn of events involving a cat rescuing her from the streets of Chicago, followed by a strange dream.
Things will never be the same again, as Chastity learns she is a dream caster having bloodlines of two sworn enemies. Which side she is on, and which bloodline will be dominant in her blood line?

My Opinion: Really hard to put down. The dream world is intricately woven together.

My Rating: 6 out of 10

Mood Recommendation: For fans of fantasy worlds and YA.

I received this ARC from netgalley for review purposes.

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