- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 3022 KB
- Print Length: 201 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Fire Flower Publishing, LLC (11 May 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00KAM07RY
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 18 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #540,319 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Rook works as a tracker for Chimera the agency that tries to police the dream landscape that Reve has made possible . He's seeking those like himself with innate talents naturally to enter and control dreams. Rook meets Jordan who only wants to protect her younger sister from harm but Maisie has been keeping secrets of her own which puts them both in danger . Jordan doesn't know just how much she can trust Rook but can't deny the chemistry between them. Meeting him in a dream is one thing but when he appears in real life what's Jordan to believe? Is he right and both her and Maisie are in danger or is he the danger!
What an enthralling idea for a series. Being able to delve into the collective consciousness is a powerful image and I have to admit one I find quite disturbing. The possibility for wrong doing is immeasurable as indicated as this story progresses. Not only can anything happen in dreams but those like Rook with a certain gift can actually affect the waking world .
This was quite a short novella and felt a little jumpy to me at first but as the plot began to unravel the author clearly got into her stride and things began to flow a lot better. Is it a romance? Well yes but I thought this short take mainly set the scene for what's to come. A great start and a truly riveting idea. I think this has all the hallmarks of a fabulous and highly addictive series.
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I love paranormal romance novels and this sounded interesting, something a bit different. Its a great start to a new series, and I’d love to read more.
Its set in a world where people can enter each others dreams, til now its only been done through illegal channels, but now there's a legal, if expensive way to do it. Its promoted as safe, but those people such as Rook know its anything but....
He's a hunter, searching the dream world for those with the talent to join his Agency. He thinks its Jordan's sister that's going to be the one he seeks, but once in the dream its Jordan that comes through first. She's only there on a girlie bonding night with her sister, but instead of being harmless fun she's pulled into a world of danger and intrigue.
Its a fascinating read, and as someone whose always has vivid and weird dreams that feel very real at the time I could fully believe it as possible. After all Jung believed in the theory of humans having a collective unconsciousness, and when we look at the swarms of thousands of birds or fish that swerve into fantastical shapes, moving as one unit its only a step on to think that we could share dreams somehow. There's so much of our brains unused – maybe that talent is there waiting to be tapped...
The danger in the dreams feels, and is, real and then for Jordan it transfers to real life. Luckily Malcolm rook is watching her and helping her. We get a feel for the main protagonists but its a brief introduction, just enough to whet one's appetite for the main story.
The romance is just starting, there's no outward signs yet but we can feel the sexual tension between the two ,and I think this is the start of a really promising series. Its quite short at only 100 or so pages, but gives a succinct introduction to the world of dreaming.
Stars: Four. Its too short for me to really see how well things will pan out but it feels very promising.
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I can honestly say I have never read anything like Darkness Falls before, and I mean that in the good sense...Read more
Darkness Falls is book 1 of the Reveler series by Erin Kellison. It tells the story of Agent Malcom Rook and Jordan Lane.Read more