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Fall of the Dreamer (Dreamer Trilogy Book 2) by [Higgins, L J]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in Dreamer Trilogy (3 Book Series)

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L J Higgins hails from Queensland, Australia, and her love of books motivated her to return to her dream of writing a novel. The result is inspiring, showing dreams can be achieved if you have self-belief. She hopes to instill in her children the wonderful world of imagination and dreams.

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  • Language: English
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I love when you can actually see a writer improving. Dawn of the Dreamer was good - a really unique story. But, Fall of the Dreamer is definitely better.

We come to the story on the heels of Amelia and crew taking down the Multi-mind corporation. This is the company that is anti-dreamer. Dreamers are harder to control, as evidence by Amelia and Joe. But the MMC is too big to be taken down by a simple info leak. The world now knows what they're really up to so they've gone to ground. Instead of forcing them to cease operations, the rebel dreamers have pushed them into the closet. And this time, they're trying for a full elimination of dreamers.

A virus is sweeping through the city. People are dying. But, their are those working from the inside to figure it all out. The very same people keeping dangerous secrets from Amelia. Events ramp up as those are revealed and life gets real.

I was a full of Cameron fan in the first book, but I found myself falling in love with Joe in this one. He's such a great character. But, it's really Amelia that steals the show. She isn't some headstrong heroine that rushes into danger. I liked that about her. She isn't stupid. But, when put into crazy situations, she's strong and loyal.
This book is intriguing and entertaining. I'd recommend it to any fan of the genre.
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I hurtled through reading this book. All of the things we love from Dawn of the Dreamer are there, there's just...more. The Author has really lifted between books one and two, and this is evident in every facet of Fall of the Dreamer - from characters, to pace, to setting. Truly excited for the next installment!
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Well what another super read I could not put it down can't wait to get the next book you need to read it.
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Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars 6 reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Truly excited for the next installment! 23 Mar. 2016
By Kelly St. Clare: Author of Fantasy of Frost - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I hurtled through reading this book. All of the things we love from Dawn of the Dreamer are there, there's just...more. The Author has really lifted between books one and two, and this is evident in every facet of Fall of the Dreamer - from characters, to pace, to setting. Truly excited for the next installment!
4.0 out of 5 stars Great read for fans of YA dystopia! 2 Feb. 2016
By pkom79 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
In Fall of the Dreamer, Amelia is at it again trying to take down the evil MMC whose goal in life is to get rid of all the Dreamers and destroy everyone’s ability for independent thought. When the novel begins, it seems like Amelia, Joe and their friends have finally settled down into a fairly normal life after taking down the MMC, but it isn’t long before they discover that the corporation is up to no good once again. The author does a great job of creating the dystopian world around them and getting the reader involved in the character’s plight. The main character, Amelia, has grown a lot from the first book and she’s become a stronger and tougher heroine which is always nice to see. There’s still the love triangle tension between her, Cameron and Joe and it often had me questioning who really was best for her. I’ll warn you the book ends on a major cliff hanger - so beware! It was a surprising twist and I’m anxious to see where the author will take us next!
5.0 out of 5 stars even better than the first 5 Feb. 2016
By MacQueen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I love when you can actually see a writer improving. Dawn of the Dreamer was good - a really unique story. But, Fall of the Dreamer is definitely better.

We come to the story on the heels of Amelia and crew taking down the Multi-mind corporation. This is the company that is anti-dreamer. Dreamers are harder to control, as evidence by Amelia and Joe. But the MMC is too big to be taken down by a simple info leak. The world now knows what they're really up to so they've gone to ground. Instead of forcing them to cease operations, the rebel dreamers have pushed them into the closet. And this time, they're trying for a full elimination of dreamers.

A virus is sweeping through the city. People are dying. But, their are those working from the inside to figure it all out. The very same people keeping dangerous secrets from Amelia. Events ramp up as those are revealed and life gets real.

I was a full of Cameron fan in the first book, but I found myself falling in love with Joe in this one. He's such a great character. But, it's really Amelia that steals the show. She isn't some headstrong heroine that rushes into danger. I liked that about her. She isn't stupid. But, when put into crazy situations, she's strong and loyal.
This book is intriguing and entertaining. I'd recommend it to any fan of the genre.
5.0 out of 5 stars Bring on Book 3 27 Jan. 2016
By Kaylah - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The follow up to Dawn of the Dreamer exceeded my expectations in many ways. While I enjoyed the story of DOTD, I found some of the dialogue stiff and the relationships not fleshed out enough.
In Fall of the Dreamer, author L.J Higgins has improved on her craft, not only giving us another original story line, but more depth to each of her characters.
Main character Amelia and frenemy Sarah become closer. Joe and Amelia still have that weird connection thing that makes me want to slap sense into both of them and tell them to get together already. And Cameron... well I never liked him, and to me, he's still an a**, but at least he's consistent. I also have a weird crush on Tech, the dorky nerd.
The MMC are back, trying to rid the world of those who won't conform. I don't want to give spoilers because the whole idea of the book was original and interesting. All I can say is, it's a turbulent ride.
5.0 out of 5 stars A fresh, original story 19 Jun. 2016
By l2read - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
The second book in the Dreamers Trilogy, Fall of the Dreamer, is a great installment. Everything from character and world building to overall writing is better than the first.

I thought the story was a fresh take on a very popular genre. The author is very imaginative, creating a scary world of mind control. The evil MMC empire is causing havoc again for the dreamers, and they're malicious in their ways.

It's hard writing a review without giving spoilers away, but this is one book you don't want to miss. Plus, I'm ready for the next installment!
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