by Mikey Brooks
Two kids must overcome their social differences to save the world of dreams, and consequently our world, from being overtaken by nightmares.
The first thing I like about this book is the dream world. It’s really imaginative, as you would expect a dream world to be. But that’s not the best part of The Dreamkeeper. The characters are deep, with real problems they’re doing their best to overcome. Gladamyr is a reformed nightmare still struggling with his past as he embraces his desire to be one of the good guys. Parker is a real world boy who has to get around his social prejudice before he can be friends with Kaelyn and find out what a strong, talented girl she is. And then there’s a goofy pirate that will tickle your funny bone. I think the best kinds of books are the ones that help you face the problems in your own life and overcome them, and The Dreamkeeper does that. It’s definitely worth a read . . . or two . . . or three or four.
Bonus! The second book in the series just came out! Get it today!