'Imagine every night entering a nightmare world you can't escape and being told real life is a dream. Skye Brown has it all: the cool job, the hot boyfriend, the apartment on New York's Upper West Side. But lately she can't enjoy any of it. She's having dreams of a post-apocalyptic world. Of a bleak futuristic wasteland. Of a struggle against oppression. And she's been told she's a...
But what is that? And what is reality? In her dreams, she's not Skye Brown at all, but Mariah Quinn. In her dreams there's Dawn, the beautiful yet haunted soldier, and Skye is but the empty shell of a girl he once loved. And there was a betrayal, a great betrayal. Ripped between Dark Siders and club kids, the mundane and the mystic, Skye must discover who she is, what she wants and who wants her. And why. But in the glow of the moon, it's not always easy to recognise the face in the mirror'
'Moongazer' is a great futuristic fantasy novel. The reader follows the witty, empathic and realistic narrator Skye, as she struggles to find out much needed truth's, one of which being who she actually is. The relationship between Skye and Dawn is extremely touching and a delight to read. This novel is full of engaging twists and turns. The reader is lulled into many different suspicions, but the truth is not known until the end of this thoroughly enjoyable book. Even with the similarities to 'The Matrix' and 'Total Recall' this is a fabulous action packed and exciting read. I would love a sequel!