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Characters ´ Fifteen (The Dreamwalker Diaries #1) Î PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Legend has it if you die in your dreams you die in real life Fifteen year old Ashling Campbell knows that’s not true because when she closes her eyes each night she doesn’t dream Have no idea she’s really a high school sopho and not their noble warrior She has to make it through each night so that she can wake up and find a way to change the future For every action she does in the present day she falls asleep to discover it had an eual impact fifteen years later It’s up to her to manage her two worlds and make sure she’s still got a place in bo. Curiosity uills recently offered me the opportunity to read FIFTEEN by Jen Estes in exchange for an honest review After reading the back cover blurb I decided to take a chance on it as the premise really captured my attentionI'm really torn over this book Part of me really really loved it and the other part of me only liked itI thought the beginning started out kind of slow and I was wondering when the story would pick up It didn't take long before the first 'dream' seuence and boy did it catch my attention The monster in Ash's dreams is wicked beyond wicked and what happens to her during the dream is just too freaking weird and unsettlingI'm really trying hard not to give spoilers away here but it's difficult to talk about this book without giving something away Hmm let's talk charactersThere is this doctor in the book that is an oddly placed character Ash and her friend Nadette's reaction to him seemed too uick They just went with him unknowing unthinking and it's not like he was a young college kid either He's an old guy well old to a couple of teen girls I thought this entire scene just unfolded way to easy They were too trusting Personally I was kind of creeped out by the guy the way he stood under a tree staring at the two girls and yet they're like hey baby It felt 'off' to me It through my creep groove off However I liked the character and I really enjoyed watching the way he helped Ash come to terms with her dreamsAnyway Ash's relationships with Tate Nadette and Skylar are all very typical teenager and there is a strong YA voice when the three of them get together I would have liked to have seen deeper characters a little bit deeper POV with Ash and her feelings toward Tate Don't get me wrong We know he relationship with him We know how she feels about him I just would have liked to have seen a bit deeper connectionThe settings are pretty typical high school and college campuses The scenes are easy to picture in my mind The prose is fairly uick overall and engaging The storyline and plot are easy to follow but there are some twists and turns that are really uite niceThere is a scene where Ash falls asleep in class that I would have liked to have seen developed a bit I think there would have been reaction among the students I really liked this first introduction into carrying things over from sleep to reality one dimension to another Very nicely doneBad thing is I found myself wanting to get to the dreams instead of reading the story At one point I found myself skimming because I thought it was taking too long to get to the dream scenes which were becoming and intense and vivid Ms Estes knows how to write these villains and monsters and even better she knows how to weave them into reality I can't really say it's the author's fault I wanted to jump ahead Then again a slow enticement is much better than a WHAM Know what I meanAs for the end of the novel Jen Estes knows how to end a book I loved the twists and turns in the end and the last line was most excellent It made me go ooooo All I could think of is if I were Fifteen everything she'd just been through would completely freak me outOverall I wish there had been a tad deep character development Sometimes they felt flat to me and then in other spots they were bopping all over the page I didn't like the ending with Tad and Nadette That really sucked and I would have liked to have seen a different 'ending' for them and Ash Again my preference and nothing the author did wrongTry as I might it is really difficult to peg down score for this one It would be between a 375 and a 40 I think I'll give a 40 because the creepy wraithy kind of villain was just written so damn well I could see him in all his ghoulishness At times it was if he were standing right in front of me Shiver And then to find out he's really Nope not going to tell you You're going to have to read the book to find outI give FIFTEEN 4 stars It really does have a menacing hair raising storyline and I think most people who like edgy YA horror without going overboard will love this novel It is pretty intense for the most part with a very interesting plot line I am happy to say this is the first book I've read in 2015 Thank you Curiosity uills Press and Jen Estes with starting out my year with a really enjoyable read

Fifteen The Dreamwalker Diaries #1Have no idea she’s really a high school sopho and not their noble warrior She has to make it through each night so that she can wake up and find a way to change the future For every action she does in the present day she falls asleep to discover it had an eual impact fifteen years later It’s up to her to manage her two worlds and make sure she’s still got a place in bo. Curiosity uills recently offered me the opportunity to read FIFTEEN by Jen Estes in exchange for an honest review After reading the back cover blurb I decided to take a chance on it as the premise really captured my attentionI'm really torn over this book Part of me really really loved it and the other part of me only liked itI thought the beginning started out kind of slow and I was wondering when the story would pick up It didn't take long before the first 'dream' seuence and boy did it catch my attention The monster in Ash's dreams is wicked beyond wicked and what happens to her during the dream is just too freaking weird and unsettlingI'm really trying hard not to give spoilers away here but it's difficult to talk about this book without giving something away Hmm let's talk charactersThere is this doctor in the book that is an oddly placed character Ash and her friend Nadette's reaction to him seemed too uick They just went with him unknowing unthinking and it's not like he was a young college kid either He's an old guy well old to a couple of teen girls I thought this entire scene just unfolded way to easy They were too trusting Personally I was kind of creeped out by the guy the way he stood under a tree staring at the two girls and yet they're like hey baby It felt 'off' to me It through my creep groove off However I liked the character and I really enjoyed watching the way he helped Ash come to terms with her dreamsAnyway Ash's relationships with Tate Nadette and Skylar are all very typical teenager and there is a strong YA voice when the three of them get together I would have liked to have seen deeper characters a little bit deeper POV with Ash and her feelings toward Tate Don't get me wrong We know he relationship with him We know how she feels about him I just would have liked to have seen a bit deeper connectionThe settings are pretty typical high school and college campuses The scenes are easy to picture in my mind The prose is fairly uick overall and engaging The storyline and plot are easy to follow but there are some twists and turns that are really uite niceThere is a scene where Ash falls asleep in class that I would have liked to have seen developed a bit I think there would have been reaction among the students I really liked this first introduction into carrying things over from sleep to reality one dimension to another Very nicely doneBad thing is I found myself wanting to get to the dreams instead of reading the story At one point I found myself skimming because I thought it was taking too long to get to the dream scenes which were becoming and intense and vivid Ms Estes knows how to write these villains and monsters and even better she knows how to weave them into reality I can't really say it's the author's fault I wanted to jump ahead Then again a slow enticement is much better than a WHAM Know what I meanAs for the end of the novel Jen Estes knows how to end a book I loved the twists and turns in the end and the last line was most excellent It made me go ooooo All I could think of is if I were Fifteen everything she'd just been through would completely freak me outOverall I wish there had been a tad deep character development Sometimes they felt flat to me and then in other spots they were bopping all over the page I didn't like the ending with Tad and Nadette That really sucked and I would have liked to have seen a different 'ending' for them and Ash Again my preference and nothing the author did wrongTry as I might it is really difficult to peg down score for this one It would be between a 375 and a 40 I think I'll give a 40 because the creepy wraithy kind of villain was just written so damn well I could see him in all his ghoulishness At times it was if he were standing right in front of me Shiver And then to find out he's really Nope not going to tell you You're going to have to read the book to find outI give FIFTEEN 4 stars It really does have a menacing hair raising storyline and I think most people who like edgy YA horror without going overboard will love this novel It is pretty intense for the most part with a very interesting plot line I am happy to say this is the first book I've read in 2015 Thank you Curiosity uills Press and Jen Estes with starting out my year with a really enjoyable read

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Fifteen (The Dreamwalker Diaries #1) ´ Legend has it if you die in your dreams you die in real life Fifteen year old Ashling Campbell knows that’s not true because when she closes her eyes each night she doesn’t dream about public nudity or Prom dates Instead she’s catapulted to the front row of her future self’s execution fifteen years from now where monsters have taken control of her hometown and she or. 3 STARS Some things I uite enjoyed and other things annoyed me I admit it was a page turner for meI know some people can't stand time travel books but I'm sort of addicted to them In this case I enjoyed the somewhat Groundhog Day way Ash was reliving the dreamfuture until she got it right Except in this case she proceeds a little further each timeThe book starts almost immediately in Ash's recurring dream of her future execution What I initially thought was instalove I was able to forgive In this case Ash is literally crushing on the older early twenties Coop who is her future boyfriend On his end he has had a long relationship with the future Ash and is NOT affectionate to her whenever she is young Ash Somewhat confusing to explain here but it worked out really well I enjoyed her friendship with her best friend Tate No one is pining or yearning for friendship to turn into love Yay for no love trianglesAsh's voice is snarky and fun There's my favorite uote of the book Well if that wasn't the thong calling the pasties skanky DislikesI wasn't fond of the inserted future slang especially since this is supposed to only be 15 years from now I have never seen this pulled off in a book successfully It always seems forced Ash takes longer than she should to connect the dots and be suspicious of people certain people I prefer books where the author understands when the reader is going to figure things out and makes it happen at the same time as the main character Otherwise you're just annoyed until the MC FINALLY catches up and we can finally keep moving I'm not so sure that I really understand how the bad guys work but this is a series after all I suppose We learn what they want to do but we don't understand why or to what extent their power has manifestedI'm intrigued enough to want to read the next in the series to see where it goes Thank you Netgalley and Curiosity uills Press for a free digital copy in exchange for an honest review Free read å PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Jen Estes

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Jen Estes ☆ 2 Read & download Rather her 30 year old counterpart is their public enemy number oneFor three months and counting it’s been the same dream until an encounter with an antiue dreamcatcher Ash falls asleep to discover she’s no longer a mere spectator in these dreams now she’s astral projecting into the body of her future self Each night she goes on the run with a ragtag group of rebels who. Do you have a lucky number Do you have an unlucky number Can you really die in your dreams Jen Estes has taken myths cultural legends and a mysterious future look at one girl’s life it’s called Fifteen and it is fantasticHow can a fifteen year old girl see the future in her dreams Why is she seeing her own execution at thirty years old What has happened to her town Who has taken it over Who are the rebels and how did she become part of them How is her fifteen year old self caught up in the nightmare of her future self and should she keep the future others from finding out Can she change the future With the help of her best friend Tate Ashling must first unravel the ties between the present and the future With Tate’s fascination and beliefs in the legends of his Lakota ancestors answers to the twisted world of demons and death may be within reach as Ashling’s dreams come to horrendous life If there was any good in her nightmares it was Coop a fellow rebel but so much Will he be in her future reality Is he destined to be part of her lifeThrough it all this YA read is fascinating angst free and brilliantly gripping Be prepared to hang on for the sharp twists and turns that will leave your head spinning and your breathing shallow What Jen Estes has created is first class reading with strong characters drawn so well they practically jump off the pages The maze of subplots side stories and interactions between each character is all part of a tale that will hold you tight as the world around you fades away and you are there emotionally connected mentally playing out each well defined scene After Ashling’s dreams I’m thinking that even my worst nightmare is pretty boring The biggest problem I‘m going to have is waiting patiently for the next addition to this series although it will give me time to unclench every inch of my bodyI received an ARC edition from Curiosity uills Press in exchange for my honest reviewSeries The Dreamwalker Diaries Book 1Publication Date January 15 2015Publisher Curiosity uills PressGenre YA paranormalNumber of Pages 233Reviewed for