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Lay Me Down: Reveler Series 2 by [Kellison, Erin]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3041 KB
  • Print Length: 111 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Fire Flower Publishing, LLC (10 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00K9V6B94
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #82,888 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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WOW! Having read Erin Kellison previously I was expecting something a little different from the norm and what this book is completely outshines my expectations. The descriptive writing in this book takes the reader into a completely different reality. With the discovery of the Dreamwaters and the invention of Rêve it is possible for people to access the dream world and from there the adventure is underway. This is the second book in this series and although it can be read as a stand-alone novel the references and hints of things that have occurred in the previous book need the reader to assume certain meanings of the plot, rather than knowing the meaning behind the references. After having read the book I still remain curious to what the rat bucket is, but I am certainly happy with the story-line and I am now eager for another instalment.
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I'm really impressed with the ideas created in this series, I can't think of anything I've read that's similar. I did think that the first book was better though, I think it might have been longer so you got more of a story. It's not to say that this wasn't good, I was really keen to read about Maisie and Coll but felt like there could have been a lot more to the story.
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Lay Me Down picks up where Darkness Falls (book #1 of the REVELERS series) leaves off and gives us the story of Steve and Maisie.

Special Agent Steve Coll has been given the job of recruiting Maisie for Chimera , the organization that polices shared dreams. But also has secrets that he keeps from his employer that he has no intention of letting anyone know about. Maisie Lane has special abilities that she uses to navigate dreams as a courier effortlessly traveling from one persons dream to another. It these abilities that led to her seeing unspeakable things. Evil that should not have been seen. As well as cause trouble for her sister (from book 1).

I liked this book much better then the first one. I wasn't fond of Rook and that kind of dragged the book down for me. However I enjoyed this couple a lot. This book is full of intrigue, heat, adventure, unexpected surprises and a dangerous new enemy. It's fast-paced, well written with a story that just takes you on a thrill ride. The heat between Steve and Maisie is great. This book is a must read for sure.

I highly recommend this book and series!!!

The Reveler Series includes eight parts:

Darkness Falls (Reveler 1)
Lay Me Down (Reveler 2)
Darksider (Reveler 3)
Night's Deep Hush (Reveler 4)
Bring Me A Dream (Reveler 5)
Delirium (Reveler 6)
The Sandman (Reveler 7)
The Scrape (Reveler 8)

***Gifted with ARC copy****
L.
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I received this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.

We met Maisie during her sister's story and to be fair, she comes across as very light-hearted, whimsical, carefree, almost to the point of being irresponsible. However, as you read through her story you realise there is a lot more to Maisie than meets the eye. She is a wonderful character to read about and you will soon by smiling at the comments she makes or actions she takes. The provoking and prodding banter between her and Steve Coll as they get to know more about each other is very witty and warm to read. It soon moves from warm to hot though as they take things to the next level.

Without giving away any of the story, I will just say that this book manages to tell Maisie and Steve's story, continues with Jordan and Michael's as well as laying the way for the next books in the series. Pretty impressive for a novella!

An excellent continuation of the series and I would definitely recommend you read book 1, Darkness Falls, first as although it's not imperative, it will help you to understand certain levels of the story easier. Looking forward to more on this imaginative and unusual series.
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By Ms T TOP 50 REVIEWER on 21 Feb. 2015
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I read this (book 2 of the series) without having read book 1, and happily found that the book is easy to follow as it stands alone.

The story is an imaginative one, set in a world where dreams have become malleable things humans can manipulate, leading to both custom-made fantasy businesses, and a new place for crime to exist too.

The Good:
I enjoyed this read. The characters are likeable; the story is one that makes you want to keep reading to see what happens next, and the book is an easy, short read (only 102 pages).

The room for improvement:
It did feel a little like the book ended before the story ended - making the book feel a bit incomplete. I also felt like I was left with a lot of unanswered questions (which, to be fair, may be answered in the other books in the series).

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I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
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This is the second book in the Reveler series and certainly takes the story up a notch. This follows on from Darkness Falls but this time the action is centred around Maisie and Steve Coll. Maisie has been acting as an illegal courier in the dreamscape known as Reve but it's all gone bad and now she's in danger but struggles to let anyone close. Enter Steve Coll agent for Chimera and a man with so many secrets that to truly know him is to fear him. He's determined that the annoying and tempting Maisie will join him and refuses to take no for an answer but Maisie is a tough nut to crack and doesn't take anything lying down!
I'm really enjoying these books but they are too short! I found that this book moved the story along quite nicely and we are finally getting to the heart of what it means to go into a lucid dream state and just what can happen. In the previous book the dark side was only hinted at but here the author allows her imagination free reign and the reader gets a better understanding of just how truly dangerous the world of sleep can be.
As to the characters well Maisie is no push over and she's a young woman who needs so much to be free but freedom can often come at a hefty price. Maisie is an amazingly talented dream walker with as yet untapped abilities but she doesn't always see the bigger picture. With Steve Coll around we really start to appreciate just what could be possible as he's an exceptional guy with numerous hidden talents and reading about him is a little like pealing an onion as he has so many layers . He may not have the snark and wit of Maisie but he's a man of passions although I think I still prefer Rook from the first book.
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