Wednesday, July 1, 2020

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Screamcatcher: Dream Chasers by Christy J. Breedlove - Guest Blogger Book Review


Synopsis

Seventeen year-old Jory Pike knows a thing or two about Indian lore from her half-blood Chippewa ancestry. She can trap, hunt and fish with the best of them. She has a team of three other teens friends called The Badlands Paranormal Society. Instead of bagging groceries or playing on I-pods, they think they can excel at banishing evil spirits. They hope to cleanse houses and earn fat paychecks for their services.

Dream catchers aren't just the chic hoops tourists buy at novelty shops--they work. And sometimes they clog up with nightmares until they collapse under their own evil weight, imploding and sending the dreamer into an alternate world. Jory uses her worst nightmare to enter the dream catcher world. She’s pulled her teammates in deliberately. Everything goes right on schedule but they’ve bitten off more than they can chew. Now Jory and her friends are there, trapped between the people who have confessed their sins to the Great Spirit and are seeking a way out, and the monsters and evil spirits, which are happy to keep them trapped in the web world forever.

They were once considered Seekers in the dream world. Now they’ve become vigilantes and call themselves Pathfinders. Is it spiritual enlightenment they after? Or have they now become fatally reckless?

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Jennifer's Review
Screamcatcher: Dream Chasers is a great book! I really enjoyed reading it. 
It's about the same group from book one, but with another dreamcatcher. The group gets thrown back into the web, this time facing new nightmares such as spiders, polar bears, a killer whale, rabid raccoon, etc. 
They soon find another group of seekers, and they all attempt to escape. Are they successful? 
This book is just as great and scary as the first one. If you like dreamcatchers and nightmares, this book is for you. 
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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2 comments:

  1. Thank you so much Jasmine and I'm glad you like it. It was harrowing to come up with another idea that differed from the original dream catcher world. -- chris

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