This was such an intense addition to a series that I’m currently devouring. I couldn’t put it down!
After the cliffhanger from the last book (Dreamers Choice), Tytan is met with the fate of being thrown in the Burrow, the prison for Runners who betray their race. Catalina and Fredrick, Marco’s parents are able to save Tytan, taking him to the Walker’s Village and causing a war between the two races.
Katia, Diego, Cecilia, and Anthos make their way down the mountain, only to be met halfway with the knowledge of a war brewing above them.
Marco and Alyssa take their relationship to the next step and decide to get married in order to live in the villages on the mountain. They begin preparations for the wedding and Marco’s departure back to Mount Tempos where he’ll be met with the decision of whether Alyssa can join him or must stay behind.
Tytan has completely changed in my opinion. I started this series hating him because of what he did to Marco and Alyssa, however, he’s fallen in love with Katia and he’s a changed man. He doesn’t believe in the horrible ways of being a runner and he’s doing everything he can to save the two races from going to war. I really enjoyed his point of view and he’s a character that I now quite like.
Katia is still my favorite character and I feel like she has the most personality out of all of them. She’s strong and she follows her heart, doing what she thinks is right. She adds so much to the book and I think that she’s carrying the series at this point.
Marco is a cool character and it was nice to see his love for Alyssa continue to be unwavering. Their relationship is really sweet and I’m excited to see where it goes in the next book.
Alyssa was pretty much the same in this book as she’s been in the past ones and she’s not my favorite character, but she’s alright. I think she could use a bit more personality and development, but there isn’t much room for that in this story so I guess it fits.
Tytans point of view took place in the Walkers village on Mount Tempos which I still think is a super cool and magical setting that fits this race of dreamers perfectly. It’s kind of what you’d expect for a race of people who can literally enter dreams.
Other than that, we’re back in the village of Augusto that isn’t all that exciting but it fits the type of setting that’s required for that side of the story.
Steele’s writing had me on the edge of my seat throughout this entire book with the war brewing and Tytans fate in her hands. I was completely entranced by the story and I finished it in less than an hour just reading the pages as fast as I could and getting more and more of the story.
This was another wonderful and quick addition to the Dreamers Saga that I’m absolutely loving. I can’t recommend this series enough!