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Dream Weaver by Su Williams Review

15 Oct

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

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Title: Dream Weaver
Series: Dream Weaver #1
Author: Su Williams
Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Dark
Publisher: Su Williams & Dream Weaver Novels with CreateSpace
Release Date: March 18, 2013

Purchase:
Amazon ♥ Barnes and Noble

Vampires sparkled through the spotlight. Then, the zombies shambled through. Now, it’s time for a new supernatural. DREAM WEAVER. A beautiful, atmospheric story that is dark sci fi meets teen fantasy. A YA paranormal love story receiving 5 star reviews from readers of all ages, and FINALIST in the Readers Favorite International Book Awards.

Emari Sweet understands waking up in a cold sweat, heart pounding and screaming in fear. Night terrors plague her after the death of her parents, and she strives for control over the darkness that threatens to swallow her. But a monster lurks in the shadows, and his subtle hints of brutality explode in a violent attack that plunges her back into the depths of fear.

Nickolas Benedetti is a Dream Weaver…an ancient, arcane and almost immortal race descended from the offspring of angels & humans, the Nephilim. Nick has the power to command memories and dreams, and each night, Emari’s screams tear another piece of his heart. Nick plunges heart-first into Em’s tormented dreams to save her. But something dark and nefarious has followed him to her little cottage in the woods. His magic can save her from the night terrors, but does he have the power to protect her from the real, living, breathing nightmares that threaten to dismantle her sanity?

Dream Weaver is a young adult paranormal fiction novel set in the Pacific Northwest.

My Review:

Su is an awesome writer. I couldn’t put it down. The characters and the world she created are great. It has some great twists and turns that will keep the reader turning the page. I love the story. It’s one of those that readers of all ages will love.  Readers who love paranormal books will want to add it to their TBR lists. I look forward to reading more of Su’s books.

 

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I confess…I’m a bit of a dork, with a quirky and sometimes dark personality, though not as dark as some. I love the outdoors and nature, and photographing normal, everyday things from different and abnormal angles. One of my photos has been published in the political humor book Red Dog/Blue Dog by Chuck Sambuchino.

Legally, my name is Susan Barton, but I write under the pen name Su Williams (my maiden name). I am a 48 year old mother of 4, Sarah, Josiah, Jack and Aundraic. I’m married to Ben and we have 2 cats, a garder snake, a crested gecko named Reid (like in Criminal Minds) and a beagle, Dyson (yes like the vacuum) who is my favorite teddy puppy.

I was born in Little Rock, AK. My daddy was military and my parents finally decided that Spokane, WA was the place for us and this is where I’ve lived since I was about 10.

I always wrote special poems for family birthdays, and began to write short stories in Jr. High. Many years later after a self-esteem building program of hypnosis, and reading Twilight, I was inspired. I said, “I could do that.” So I did.

Dream Weaver has been 4 years in the making, as I’ve learned the ins and outs of the literary process. That is an ongoing endeavor.

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