“DREAMWALK” BY SARAH MACMANUS
POSTED TUESDAY JAN. 10TH, 2012
AUTHOR: SARAH MACMANUS
GENRE: PARANORMAL ROMANCE (MATURE YA/ADULT)
PUBLISHER: YOUNGREBEL PUBLICATIONS
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YOUNGREBEL PUBLICATIONS: http://www.youngrebelpublications.com/Romance/Dreamwalk-p31.html
AMAZON KINDLE US http://www.amazon.com/Dreamwalk-ebook/dp/B004SCS328/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1326151631&sr=8-1
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After the death of her mother, eighteen year old Chloe Hawthorn is haunted by terrifying nighttime hallucinations. Determined to take control of her dream journeys, she uses them to find Shane Anderson, a charming and troubled musician whose online videos have been holding her in thrall. She finds him in the Dreamtime, sweating out heroin detox in a run-down rehab center.
Chloe sets out to find Shane in the waking world and discovers her dreams have been taking her into the past. Horrified, Chloe realizes Shane doesn’t survive his addictions. In order to save him, Chloe must master her Australian mother’s legacy — the secret of walking the Dreaming through time. But what price will Chloe pay for this Dreamwalk and will she save Shane only to lose him forever?
“This is one of my favorite books that I have read this year. I found myself so attached to Chloe that I am having a hard time letting go of her still. . . This book kept me up at night and I never wanted to stop reading it as I wanted to know what was going to happen next. The ending blew me away and was unexpected.” Night Owl Reviews Top Pick http://romance.nightowlreviews.com/nor/Reviews/Black-Rose-reviews-Dreamwalk-by-Sarah-Macmanus.aspx
“Hauntingly dark and mysterious, Dreamwalk is a compelling read. Set against the nebulous backdrop of the dream world, author Sarah MacManus’ winding tale is rife with one surprising twist after another… Poetically crafted with a subtle, yet powerful lyrical flair, Dreamwalk is an engrossing read. Recommended for fans of unconventional teen romance tales.” Morgan Drake, Apex Reviews
“I really enjoyed this book. It’s beautiful and meaningful and surreal and different. I loved the use of Austrailian mythology (something you almost never see), and the personal growth the heroine and her love experience. This is YA and young love done right, and I can’t wait to see what Sarah MacManus does next.” You’re Killing Me Reviews http://ykmreviews.blogspot.com/2011/03/033-dreamwalk-by-sarah-macmanus.html
“Dreamwalk is a wonderful novel that will take you on an emotional rollercoaster, each chapter filled with fear, love, temptation, addiction, and peace. Sarah MacManus’ writing is powerful in Dreamwalk, giving me the sense as though I were living through Chloe, feeling all her pain, sorrow, and fears.” Moonlight Gleam Reviews http://www.moonlightgleam.com/2011/08/dreamwalk-by-sarah-macmanus.html
“Dreamwalk is a sensational adult debut by Sarah MacManus. This book had me on tenterhooks all the way through and I absolutely loved it.” http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/159139057
“Your emotions are sent through a whirlwind throughout the novel. I laughed, I cried and I even got scared. It was complex and surreal. It was lovely, yet so bittersweet. Honestly, I can’t sing the praises enough – it was a brilliant read, highly recommended from me.” Missy Reads & Reviews http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/173722988
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Sarah MacManus makes things up and then writes them down. She lives in the middle of the United States, but feels at home anywhere with a river. In the mundane world, she works as a freelance technical writer.
In SarahSpace, she spends her time rescuing princes from ravening monsters, restoring ancient races to their rightful place and making secret, shameful wishes come true.
Sarah loves the East Village, indie music, Cornish pasties, the smell of rain, Spitalfields, biochemistry and all shades of blue.
Sarah’s work has appeared in the literary journal The Battered Suitcase and she has a poem forthcoming in an anthology from Little Episodes.
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