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Screamcatcher: Web World by Christy J. Breedlove - Guest Blogger Book Review

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When seventeen-year-old Jory Pike cannot shake the hellish nightmares of her parent’s deaths, she turns to an old family heirloom, a dream catcher. Even though she’s half blood Chippewa, Jory thinks old Indian lore is so yesterday, but she’s willing to give it a try. However, the dream catcher has had its fill of nightmares from an ancient and violent past. After a sleepover party, and during one of Jory’s most horrific dream episodes, the dream catcher implodes, sucking Jory and her three friends into its own world of trapped nightmares. They’re in an alternate universe—locked inside of an insane web world. How can they find the center of the web, where all good things are allowed to pass? 

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Jennifer's Review
It’s the most amazing book I ever read. It’s awesome, and I highly recommend it. 
It’s about a girl named Jory who is late for work. She runs into a guy who gives her a ride to her job and goes into the shop with her. He then sees something he wants to buy. 
It’s a large dreamcatcher, so he buys it, and they take it to Jory’s house and hang it up. 
Later that day, her friends Darcy and Lander come over, and they all have a small party and fall asleep. A damaging storm and lightning hit the group, burn marking them and waking them up to something strange. 
They soon start a journey trying to figure out what happened and eventually come across strange things like Sasquatch, werewolves that don’t look like werewolves, a saber tooth tiger, ground sloths, mastodons, mammoths, evil prairie dogs, etc. 
Jory soon learns that they are caught in a nightmare world of the dreamcatcher and have to find their way back to the normal world. 
Do they make it, all 4 of them? Read this book. 
5 stars!!!!

Author Bio
Christy J. Breedlove (Chris H. Stevenson), originally born in California, moved to Sylvania, Alabama in 2009. Her occupations have included newspaper editor/reporter, astronomer, federal police officer,House-cleaner and part time surfer girl. She has been writing off and on for 36 years, having officially published books beginning in 1988.Today she writes in her favorite genre, Young Adult, but has published in multiple genres and categories. She was a finalist in the L. Ron.Hubbard Writers of the Future contest, and took the first place grand prize in a YA novel writing contest for The Girl They Sold to the Moon.She writes the popular blog, Guerrilla Warfare for Writers (special weapons and tactics), hoping to inform and educate writers all over the world about the high points and pitfalls of publishing.

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  1. It was an honor to appear on Jazzy Book reviews--thanks to Jasmine and Jennifer for giving me the chance. So glad you "got" the premise of this book. I wanted something brand new, never been done before. The sequel is out now and the last one in the trilogy will be out sometime this summer.

    1. You're very welcome! :) Thank you again for the opportunity! Much appreciated.


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