Review: Night Terrors by Helen Harper

Night Terrors is the second book of the Dreamweaver Series and it picks up a few weeks after the first book, Night Shade, left off. The point-of-view character, Zoe, is the only Dreamweaver in existence. Because of this, there are many people in the world who wish to use her for that power. Unfortunately, this means Zoe must constantly reevaluate who she should trust and who she shouldn’t. Also, Zoe’s actions at the end of Night Shade have left many others wondering if they can trust her.

The book spends some time in Scotland and Manchester, but the majority of the story takes place in the Dreamlands. The Department has finally arrived in her zone and Zoe quickly realized they are worse than the Mayor ever was. As a result of the events in Night Shade, Ashley has been abducted in the waking world and is somehow being kept from entering the Dreamlands. To make matters worse, there is a dark and mysterious power slowly infecting the Bubble, the place where the doors into people’s subconscious are held.

The story has a good flow and kept me wondering what would happen next. I had trouble putting it down and ended up finishing it in only a few hours. Zoe still seems a bit naive to me given what she’s been through so far, but it lends nicely to the plot twists in the story. I can’t wait for the next book of the series, Night Light, to be released so I can find out what happens next! Overall, I rate Night Terrors 4 out of 5 bookworms.

Don’t just take my word for it. Order Night Terrors by clicking here and enjoy it for yourself! This book is also available on Kindle Unlimited.

For more information about Helen Harper, visit her website.

The final installment in the Dreamweaver Series, Night Light, is due to be released some time in 2016. You can sign up for Harper’s newsletter on her website for the exact release date.


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