Written by: Kerstin Gier
“A dream of a book”.
In this book, the main character named Liv moves to England with her mother and sister. Her mother has found a new love: Ernest. They move in with him. Liv and her sister Mia meet their new stepbrother- and sister. At school, Liv meets the popular boys Henry, Jasper, Arthur and her stepbrother Grayson. For some reason, the boys suddenly appear in Liv’s dreams. Liv seems to be able to control her own dreams. She finds out the boys are also able to do this. How will she cope with this information?
An imaginative book full of surprises. It was a quick read because of Gier’s fluent writing style.
This book is full of plot twists, especially at the end. When I read this I was in shock for about ten minutes. This made me really want to read the second book.
The thing I didn’t like about this book is Secrecy. It didn’t really add much to the whole. I also didn’t really like that this story was written quite childish, but because of the fluent writing style, you kind of forget about it.
I would definitely recommend this book if you like typical YA-books. This book is full of plot twists, that keep you reading. This story is written quite childish, but you forget about this while you are reading.