DREAMFIRE by Kit Alloway. DREAMFIRE. From the Alloway explores the complexities of dream-walking politics in detail, with the result that. : Dreamfire: A novel (The Dream Walker Trilogy) (): Kit Alloway: Books. Unlike most year-olds, Joshlyn Weaver has a sacred duty. She’s the celebrated daughter of the dream walkers, a secret society whose members enter the.

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She doesn’t let anyone in.

Dreamfire by Kit Alloway – Penguin Books Australia

I liked how determined she was but her best quality, at least in my opinion, was that she always apologized when she did something wrong. Honestly, Dreamfire incited a fire within me to know more what happens next to Josh, Will and her family and friends, when the story ended with a cliffhanger.

Mar 04, Danielle rated it really liked it. She took everything upon herself with the whole Feodor incident and became rather sneaky in trying to become stronger and more powerful. But ya know whatever It has a different feel to it, and if someone gets caught in it, they almost never manage to pull themselves out again. The romantic angle between Josh and Will is featured with lots of emotions and the readers can easily comprehend with this young teenage love.

I loved how even though he was the love interest, his “development” dremafire Josh never took center stage – they were all in the background and even moved alongside the real storyline. It’s very beautiful and eye catching. Everything about Josh has something to do with the story as I realized drramfire reading, and it added depth to the overall.

However I have a sneaky suspicion – and desperate hope – that there will be a sequel and these issues A brilliant read, especially after the slump of mediocre books I’ve been reading lately.

Josh chooses not to, but later finds out that her scroll says that she is to receive an apprentice. The blurb sucked me in and I waited with baited breath for my copy to arrive and then Alloway explores the complexities of dream-walking politics in detail, with the result that worldbuilding feels laborious rather than alliway. I liked Josh immediately. In general, I liked her as a character because I found her to be really confident, smart, and great with pressure and stress.


The story immediately draws you in and really I just found myself wanting to kkt reading. It was full of painful and exciting scenes that had me wanting for more. Thankfully, she got a reality check so by the third book, she was more normal again. But even if you don’t know that book, you guys definitely need to read this.

It may sound really simple, and you may be thinking, “Meh, that doesn’t sound complex at all. Jan 30, Kelly Gunderman rated it really liked it.

That’s where Dream Walkers like Josh come in, people who have been resolving nightmares for generations. Though I’ll admit Josh’s repetitive doubts in herself did get a tad bit annoying at points. I tried my luck on Edelweiss and search for it and saw it was ready for download. It’s not the first time I’ve seen it but it is the first time I’ve seen it done this well. It was an admirable quality and it made it easier to like her even though she could be a little shit at times. I really liked that Dreamfire has unique story and world-building.

I just can’t get enough of this book, if you haven’t noticed yet. Well, I admit it had my interest for a time being.

I was very excited to read this book, because I was pretty sure it was going to be scarybecause, HELLO, nightmare dream warriors!


However, if you enjoy ddeamfire that are on the realistic fantasy side with some scattered magical things occurring, then these books would be for you. I didn’t get far because the writing wasn’t something I enjoyed.


Now she’s been assigned an apprentice, a boy whose steady gaze sees right through her, and she’s almost as afraid of getting close to him as she is of getting him killed.

The story flowed easily and it had a decent pace, not too fast or too slow.

DREAMFIRE by Kit Alloway | Kirkus Reviews

Oct dreamfirf, Bethany Neff rated it it was amazing. She definitely grew dteamfire wise and mature by the end of the series. I just can’t with this book. In short, the book is not at all dreamy or silent as the name suggests, instead it is one hell of a roller coaster ride filled with actions, drama and evil men lurking in the nightmares, and even Hitler too!!

Dreamfire was one of my most anticipated reads of the year. For many generations, her family has been part of a very powerful and very secretive society of dream walkers.

Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe slloway be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. Dreamfire seem to start in the middle of a story that’s why I had a hard time getting to it at first and tried to digest to heaviness of their world.

Nov 25, Nicole rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book and I had a a love draemfire relationship. Overall, I did enjoy the series. Add in some villains and character conflicts to the dream lore and you have drsamfire nice little novel there.

However, I still trudged on because I did fi Link: On to probably the biggest issue I had. On the whole it was a great read and I highly recommend it!