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Dawn of the Dreamer (Dreamer Trilogy Book 1) by [Higgins, L J]
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About the Author

L J Higgins is a stay-at-home Mum in Central Queensland who was stuck in a rut trying to remember who she was before nappies and bottles. Turning back to her passion for writing, she created her first blog and decided to fulfil her dream of writing a book. Her debut novel is Dawn of the Dreamer, a story about finding yourself through adversity and fighting for your dreams. When she is not writing, she enjoys reading, being creative, and spending time with her family.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 239 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B019QYG5G8
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #112,823 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

This story I found was great, I really enjoyed this one. L. J. Higgins manages to suck you in from the very first word. It shows the warped minds that revolve around money. You are deemed not right and an outsider if you are a dreamer! A dreamer is an individual that the wrist-chip and or wristcuff doesn't work on. That means you have your own dreams and they cannot implant wants and desires into your mind through controlled dreams.

This story is based on Mind manipulation, Organisations that have pulled recourses together to form the MMC ( Multi Mind Corporation ) they are organisations that after humans started wanting less and less, and were happy without constantly wanting more and spending, formed together and created the MMC, which were there to in a round about way control the minds of every one. by introducing the wristcuff, that implanted thoughts deep in your subconscious, to make you want more, desire more and be less happy with what you have.

The main character is Amelia I really liked her character, she was at the beginning a very lonely character that because of being a dreamer was very much an outsider, and felt out of place in the world she lived in, if it wasn't for her best friend Sarah she wouldn't have had any life at all. But through out the book she became a strong character. Knowing more of what she wanted and she started to think for herself. There was a bit of a love triangle thing going on in the book, Amelia had to choose between two lovely boys, which is a hard thing to do when you don't really know yourself! She struggled with knowing what she felt or wanted, but I'm glad to say she does choose and it all pans out ok in the end.
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L.J Higgins creates a believable and scary future. In a tale of questionable morals by big corporations, it makes you wonder just how far the human race is willing to take personal technology. With microchips being inserted to our bank cards in our present, it’s not a stretch to believe we may, one day, be microchipped under our skin.

Plot: The plot gripped me from the beginning and I loved the premise of it. The MMC invents a Wristcuff which is worn over an implanted microchip. It’s marketed as an amazing technology that’s the next step in revolution. It gives you pleasant dreams, and more rest means you’ll be able to focus better, live longer lives, and be healthier than you ever had been.
But what about those who the Wristcuffs don’t work on? The ones who still dream? They’re seen as freaks, untrustworthy, unemployable, and undesirable. The MMC promises to find a cure for those it doesn’t work on so everyone will eventually be able to reap the benefits of the Wristcuff. But the MMC is not as they seem.

Characters: The main character, Amelia, was definitely likeable and relatable. She tended to ramble and get lost in her thoughts a lot, which made her realistic, but also made the book lull at times.
I felt the relationships Amelia formed with the supporting characters were a bit rushed, and we were told how close she and others had become instead of being shown such closeness through dialogue or acts of kindness. Where the relationships do work is the connection between Amelia and Sarah. Their friendship was realistic with its ups and downs.
There’s a love triangle which some people won’t like (I, however loved, because it was handled well and I’m a sucker for that kind of thing. There was never any cheating.
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(I received a copy from the author, In exchange for an honest review.)

I didn't love the main character in this, but she was okay. I felt quite sorry for her at times.

The storyline in this was interesting, but the pacing was a bit too slow for me, so the book dragged in areas unfortunately.

Overall, An okay read.
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Format: Paperback
(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to author L.J. Higgins.)

“The rain shows your current conflict with the MultiMind Corporation.”

This was an okay story, but I did find it a bit slow in places.

Amelia was what was called a ‘dreamer’ as her dreams couldn’t be controlled the way everyone else’s could. She seemed a little in two minds though as to whether this was a good thing or a bad thing, although considering that she kept drowning in her dreams, you could understand why she felt that way.

The storyline in this was about Amelia and her label as a dreamer, as well as her battle against the MultiMind Corporation who was controlling people through there dreams. There was also a bit of romance, although it turned into a bit of a love triangle. I found the pace in this one a little bit slow, and I did struggle to get through it at points.

The ending to this was tied up nicely, and things worked out pretty well all things considered.
6 out of 10
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