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Dawn of the Dreamer (Dreamer Trilogy Book 1) by [Higgins, L J]
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Dawn of the Dreamer is the first book in the Dreamer Trilogy
In 2023, the innovative MultiMind Corporation (MMC) released a stylish Wristcuff to be worn over a microchip implanted beneath its host’s skin, giving the wearer pleasant dreams. Better sleep promotes a peaceful lifestyle and improved health. At least this is what the MMC have the population believing. There are those for whom this technology fails to work: Dreamers. They’re shunned because of their inability to adapt and evolve like the rest of the human race.

Amelia is a Dreamer, and the veil of ignorance is lifted when she meets someone who helps her see through the lies and secrets of the MMC. With her world shaken and changed, Amelia has to decide whether to fight for the freedom to dream or take the ‘next step in evolution’ with the rest of society at the risk of losing her ability to think and dream for herself.
Join Amelia on this science fiction adventure set in the future.
Warning: Adventure, action, science fiction, relationships, manipulation and mind control.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1153 KB
  • Print Length: 239 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B019QYG5G8
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #315,515 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Whether you’re new to the dystopian genre or it’s one of your favourites, there’s something about this futuristic world and its promise of a better society that will captivate you in Ms Higgins’ debut novel.

In a world where a corporation is ready to solve all your problems thanks to a fancy gadget and a highly evolved microchip, discovering such an incredible gift doesn’t work on her leads our protagonist on a path of self-doubt and insecurity. In a time when it’s bad to have dreams, especially ones that seem a little too real for comfort, Amelia secretly volunteers for a series of tests within the corporation’s laboratories to discover why she’s different. She has little choice. That microchip is in charge of where she can find employment, where she can go, how she can travel and to what social circle she belongs. Being a ‘dreamer’ is a secret to be withheld at all costs. That changes when she meets Joe, another dreamer who’s not afraid of who he is, nor is he convinced the MultiMind Corporation is all they’d have the public believe. And if her increasingly prophetic dreams are anything to go by, Amelia’s afraid he’s right. But how are a couple of dreamers going to take down a corporation that has eyes everywhere and too much invested in their company to let anyone take it away?

I liked Amelia. She grew in strength and confidence as the story progressed. I especially liked the way Ms Higgins wove dream meanings into her story to advance the plot. She also kept me guessing on where the true allegiances of a few of the characters lay. Of course, some of my guesses won’t be confirmed until I read the next two books in her series. An enjoyable read that definitely left me wanting more. :)
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L.J Higgins creates a believable and scary future. In a tale of questionable morals by big corporations, it makes you wonder just how far the human race is willing to take personal technology. With microchips being inserted to our bank cards in our present, it’s not a stretch to believe we may, one day, be microchipped under our skin.

Plot: The plot gripped me from the beginning and I loved the premise of it. The MMC invents a Wristcuff which is worn over an implanted microchip. It’s marketed as an amazing technology that’s the next step in revolution. It gives you pleasant dreams, and more rest means you’ll be able to focus better, live longer lives, and be healthier than you ever had been.
But what about those who the Wristcuffs don’t work on? The ones who still dream? They’re seen as freaks, untrustworthy, unemployable, and undesirable. The MMC promises to find a cure for those it doesn’t work on so everyone will eventually be able to reap the benefits of the Wristcuff. But the MMC is not as they seem.

Characters: The main character, Amelia, was definitely likeable and relatable. She tended to ramble and get lost in her thoughts a lot, which made her realistic, but also made the book lull at times.
I felt the relationships Amelia formed with the supporting characters were a bit rushed, and we were told how close she and others had become instead of being shown such closeness through dialogue or acts of kindness. Where the relationships do work is the connection between Amelia and Sarah. Their friendship was realistic with its ups and downs.
There’s a love triangle which some people won’t like (I, however loved, because it was handled well and I’m a sucker for that kind of thing. There was never any cheating.
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By Kelly St. Clare: Author of Fantasy of Frost

The storyline is believable, unpredictable, and the relationships between her characters are engaging. Always a good sign this series is going to pull on the heart-strings! I have pre-ordered Fall of the Dreamer already, after reading the teaser in the back of the book.

Fantasy of Frost (The Tainted Accords Book 1)
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The storyline is believable, unpredictable, and the relationships between her characters are engaging. Always a good sign this series is going to pull on the heart-strings! I have pre-ordered Fall of the Dreamer already, after reading the teaser in the back of the book. A good start to a promising series!
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What a great read the storyline was fantastic and had me on the edge of my seat wondering what would happen next. Can't wait to se what is next from LJ Higgins
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