Monday, March 27, 2017

Dream Eater by K. Bird Lincoln

This is fantasy filled with mythological creatures, gods, and a war between good and evil.  Koi has always known if she touches someone and makes contact with them, she sees more than she wants to.  She picks up fragments that make her dream about their wishes and hopes.  Some of the things she sees are real, real bad.  So she stays away from people.  But not everyone wants her to kept her skills hidden; they want her to use them.

World Weaver Press and Net Galley let me read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published April 4th.

Her father was Japanese but her mother wasn't.  What she doesn't know is that she has inherited an ability from her father that's been hidden from her.  What's worse is that the enemy knows she has this skill and he wants to use it.  All she knows is that this professor is a bad man and has killed two people she can see in her dreams.  She doesn't want more dreams like that.  But he's on her trail.

Then she meets a Japanese man who is very nice and willing to help her with her father but she's not sure why she trusts him.  Should she?

She meets more than one monster in this story.  She also finds that the gods have a funny sense of humor and certain rules to follow if you want to not lose something important to you, like her father.

By the end of the story, she's no longer innocent about her power.  She's also concerned about it makes her feel when she uses it.  It will be interesting to see where Koi's story goes next.

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