Dreamquake

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4th Estate, May 1, 2011 - Fiction - 528 pages
'...amazing and unique ... like nothing else I've ever read. You will want to go there.' Stephenie Meyer - author of the Twilight Saga Suitable for ages 12+ Following on from the mesmerising Dreamhunter, the story continues dramatically as Grace, 'overdreamt' by Laura, introduces a nightmare, instead of the happy holiday dream programmed, to a packed Opera House audience, with chaotic results. Laura has collected and dreamt the nightmare in response to a letter she thinks is from her dead father, tziga, who has been forced by the government to dream it to keep prisoners frightened and subdued. Laura takes Nown, the sandman she created, with her on a journey to discover what purpose the Depot in the Place is being used for, and finds a far greater secret behind the existence of the Place Itself. Meanwhile Laura has to come to terms with her feelings for Sandy, a young dreamcatcher. She and Rose must accept their changing relationship. 'Knox's haunting, invigorating storytelling will leave readers eager to return to its puzzles - and to reap its rewards Booklist Ages 13+

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User Review  - RealLifeReading - LibraryThing

Dreamquake: Book Two of the Dreamhunter Duet opens in the chaos that ends the first book. It’s a little hard to understand if you haven’t read the first book, but essentially, Laura Hame’s protest ... Read full review

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User Review  - Rosa.Mill - LibraryThing

Laura and Rose are cousins who are very good friends. Laura is a dream hunter, someone who can catch and share dreams with others. Rose is not although her mother Grace is one of the most famous dream ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Elizabeth Knox is the author of Billie's Kiss, The Vintner's Luck and Black Oxen. She lives with her family in Wellington, New Zealand.

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