Monday, February 17, 2014

Review: DreamWalker by Angela Wallace


13604862A novella
After Lexa's comrade died saving her life, she retired from the special forces and retreated to a sanctuary in the mountains. A year later, war is brewing with the neighboring country, and Lexa discovers a threat even the army can't stand against--a dream assassin. As the only other dreamwalker in known existence, Lexa returns to the capital of Artasia and her old post to protect her country's leaders. But is the cocky, mysterious dreamwalker who seems to be stalking her the true mastermind? Or is something even more sinister threatening not just Artasia, but the dreamscape as well? As Lexa fights to protect those she loves, she discovers a power that can transcend worlds, and a destiny she never could have imagined.

I received this book to give an honest review.

This was a different kind of book than I was use to reading but I am glad I gave it a read. It deals with magic, and dream walking. Lexa lives in a sanctuary and can dream walk. Which means she goes to another world I want to say and she can walk around, she can also visit people. She is one of the very few people that can do this. On one of her trips she meets a dream assassin who is determine to do his job, but Lexa will not allow that to happen. She is a strong character within this story. Lexa seems to be destined for greatness. There is action, friendship, dark magic all at work within this story! 



Angela WallaceAngela Wallace has been penning adventures ever since she was sucked through a magical portal as a child. What she saw and whom she met gave birth to exciting and complex fantasy worlds where defying the laws of physics was a bonus. She has since come back down to earth, only to discover this mortal realm has magic of its own. Now she is quite at home in the world of urban fantasy, though believes that love, faith, and hope are of a stronger magic than fire wielding and sorcery. She loves gun-toting good boys, and could have been a cop in another life except real blood makes her queasy. She’ll have to stick to solving supernatural mysteries. Language is her pleasure, whether it’s weaving words on a page or lassoing linguistics into translations as a sign language interpreter. Angela is currently working on the next book in her Elemental Magic series.



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