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Within a Dream Chani Lynn Feener

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Lily likes being a witch. Sure, aside from floating pencils and telepathically communicating with her three best friends, there aren't many real perks. Until it brings two of the hottest guys she's ever seen into her life. Of course, there are always strings, and this one comes in the form of a prophecy foretelling her saving, and eventually ruling, a realm she's never heard about in this lifetime. With dark fey suddenly hunting them down, Lily and her friends are forced to make a decision, complete the prophecy or turn there backs. If that isn't enough stress, Lily also has a choice to make of her own. Trust in their brooding dark haired guide, Larkin? Or the golden dream stalker Ronan? One claims he's her soul mate. Both want her back in a realm she can't recall. What's a girl to do?

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  • About 368 pages
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  • Tears

    2

  • Laughs

    7

  • Thrills

    8

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67 comments on "Within a Dream"

Brittany Carroll on June 21, 2015, 2:47 p.m. said:

Brittany Carroll


*I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

Within a Dream is such an interesting story that leaves you asking more questions than before. In this book, we follow the story of Lily and her friends. Lily and her group are different from your average day-to-day human, they just so happen to be witches. Not just any witches at that though, they are THE MOST POWERFUL witches in all the realms. That's already a lot of pressure when you're just a teen. To add to that, they have already lived once before, but can't even recall enough of their pasts to know it. When creatures not-of-this-world begin to attack they learn that they're clique isn't complete. Soon after, they go on the search to track down they're missing counterparts. To make matters worse, the Dark is destroying their home realm and is after Lily for his own purposes. I REALLY enjoyed reading this book from beginning to end. Lily has a lot of pressure thrust upon her to be the leader that she once was. Everyone feels the pressure of not remembering and everyone feels the ever-growing frustration it brings. I especially enjoyed Larkin who is their guide back home. Lily and Larkin seem to have something develop as the story plays out, but Lily may also have feelings for another who visits during her dreams, but is very real. This story does leave you on an extreme cliffhanger, but now I am very ready to read the sequel when it comes out. I strongly recommend this book to those who enjoy stories about witches, other realms, evil fae, and hot book boyfriends!!

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Chani Lynn Feener on June 25, 2015, 10:33 a.m. said:

Chani Lynn Feener


Thanks for reading! Glad you liked it!

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Hannah Brigdon on July 6, 2015, 3:14 p.m. said:

Hannah Brigdon


Loved this book couldn't put it down! Can't wait to see what happens next!

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Chani Lynn Feener on July 6, 2015, 7:51 p.m. said:

Chani Lynn Feener


Thanks Hannah! Glad you liked it!

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Live Laugh & Love Books on July 9, 2015, 12:24 a.m. said:

Live Laugh & Love Books


HOLY HOTNESS!! Just want to get this out of the way now, these guys are drop dead freaking gorgeous! I found a couple more book boyfriends to add to my ever growing list!

So besides the cute guys there is a heck of a lot going on in this book. I had trouble staying interested in parts because it seemed to drag on or just be a little boring and repetitive but all in all this is a good book. The characters were very well written and the story was great to read! I am a big fan of Larkin, Ronan can just go screw himself. Even though he is a little intriguing!

This is a book full of past lives, magic, alternate realms and other amazing things that just make it better and better! Like I said though I found some parts to be a bit bland. OH…and I just am really curious. WHERE THE HECK WERE THE PARENTS IN ALL THIS??? Maybe it’s because I’m a mother myself, but I don’t really understand how they really didn’t come into this at all when the book is about teenagers…..that’s just my opinion though!

Overall a very good read and I am very much looking forward to the next installment!

*I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for a fair and honest review.*

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Chani Lynn Feener on Aug. 2, 2015, 1:24 p.m. said:

Chani Lynn Feener


Thank you!

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Bronwyn Dearden on July 14, 2015, 1:34 p.m. said:

Bronwyn Dearden


I was given a copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest review, so here goes.
I started this book in March, and only just finished it, so the pages didn't exactly turn themselves.
The beginning of the story was really confusing. We were introduced so so many new characters and realms and ideals, it left my head spinning.
On the flip-side of the coin, having so many diverse characters means there's more likely a chance you'll relate to one of them. For me, that character was Caer. She's quiet, bookish and always dressed in comfortable clothing. Perfect, right?
Then we were introduced to Larkin, the dreamy enigma. Also known as Faolán, which means little wolf *hint, hint*. Throughout the book I had mixed feelings toward Larkin. He was demanding and mysterious and HOT. But he kinda put me off that by being so possessive of Lily. Too possessive.
On to Ronan, the boy of Lily's dreams. Haha excuse me for that pun. He isn't really the boy of her dreams, but rather the boy in them. I liked the fact that his eye color changed with his mood, but I think the plot twist revolving him was predictable. Mysterious faery, suddenly in her dreams, speaking of "games" . . .
Once I got through the first bit of the book, it seemed to go faster.
I think one thing I really liked about Within a Dream was how modern it was, in the face of old ideals and myths. Refreshing and unusual. Overall, well done, Ms Avery, on a well-written book. Hopefully others read it just a little faster than I.

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