Nov 14, 2013

Dead Dreams Tour

Dead Dreams
by Emma Right

Book: Dead Dreams #1
Publisher: Right House Publisher
Pub Date: Aug 26 2013
Genre: Young Adult
Format: eBook
Source: Publisher
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Eighteen-year-old Brie O’Mara has so much going for her: a loving family in the sidelines, an heiress for a roommate, and dreams that might just come true. Big dreams--of going to acting school, finishing college and making a name for herself. She is about to be the envy of everyone she knew. What more could she hope for? Except her dreams are about to lead her down the road to nightmares. Nightmares that could turn into a deadly reality.

My Review: Love love this book!  Really cool book to read if you are looking for a nice thrill. Try it at night when your in bed and it will not let you down! You could probably make a movie/show about this book. 

Brie has had something happen, that is not the greatest thing. The book tells us everything that went on leading to the current situation. Brie is pretty realistic than most characters out there. She acts and can be related to a lot of things that people are. Like how she is strong, loving, smart, just an all around good person, but does come with flaws. She can be immature and annoying to deal with at times. The thing about her mother gets annoying, how she always says she is being watched over by her. She is realistic to us, because I know that I just want to shake her at times. Now how many characters can you believe to be realistic and if Brie came to life, she would probably say the same thing to us. 

I do like this genre, since it is what got me to like reading in the first place. Twists, turns, decisions, unknown, all make for a good book. Who doesn't want to feel like they are apart of this and try to solve what's going on? It's fun!

Now for some crazy stuff! Brie is on her own now. Got her own place and two jobs to make her dreams come true. College and acting is all that she has on her mind right now. The bills on the other hand is a different case, she needs help, so she seeks a room mate. 

The guessing part of the book is about Sarah, the room mate. Is she what she says she is? She helps with the bills so Brie kind of over looks things. Sarah is either good, bad, or both. You just don't know until you keep on going through the end and then you can decide for yourself. Maybe she has something sinister up her sleeves, or maybe she is just plain old normal kind of weird. Who knows. Well I do, but that is my secret until you read the book yourself. 

This is a real thriller of a book. I have read other books that claim to be thrillers, but are no more than just a mystery book. THIS book really was a thriller and kept me on edge and making me go crazy trying to figure it all out and then crazy for needing book two like yesterday.