Dreams Lie Beneath
Clementine Madigan is a young magician who will someday take over her father’s position as Hereswith’s dream warden. Every new moon, a strange and terrible curse brings nightmares to life, and only magicians can stop them.
But Clementine’s father falls ill on the same night that two other magicians come and challenge them for the territory. When they lose their home, Clementine vows to avenge her father and their honor. But there is more to the story than Clementine knows, and she must ally with one of the very magicians who ousted her and her father if she wants to free the realm of Azenor from the shadows that threaten to devour it whole.
This book was complex, entertaining, and had plenty of magic! Clementine was an interesting character, and she had a good story arc. Her relationships with the other characters in the book were well-fleshed out. I particularly liked reading scenes between her and Phelan. The story itself was thrilling, complicated, well-woven, and had twists I didn’t see coming. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a dark, exciting fantasy adventure!
|Page Count||496 pages|
|Publisher||Quill Tree Books|
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