Dream Knights

Have you ever had a lucid dream? Dream Knights: The Network by E. Barron is like that but even better! This book takes you on a dreamy adventure where Grant and Zahra can travel while they sleep. As both children learn how to exist in the real world and travel in their dreams, they begin to the realize that they have special powers and that the adults around them need their help. Grant and Zahra live on opposite sides of the country, but their connection within the dream world allows them to meet for the first time, where they begin a quest to save the adults in their lives and take down the Network.

This book was fun to read, and the author brings lucid dreaming to life in a spectacular, entertaining way. The storyline is exciting, and the children are brave, taking on a quest with potentially frightening consequences. I enjoyed their courage and how the story progressed, with well-described time frames and fantastic narration throughout the book. The first-person point of view gave me the sense of experiencing everything through the characters, which enhanced the thrilling nature of the book.

The characters were great. I got a sense of both Grant and Zahra. Grant was a cautious character, while Zahra was very bold. Ava, shy, reserved, and analytical, was a great supporting character, and their dog, Romeo, was a great addition. It’s an adventurous read that I would highly recommend to anyone who is a fan of the fantasy genre.

Dream Knights: The Network is a great book for young readers. It’s an inspiring, imaginative book that will keep you reading from beginning to end.

Pages 269 | ASIN: B09VNWGLSM

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Posted on January 29, 2023, in Book Reviews, Five Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.


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