Friday, 1 June 2018
Dreamer (Traveler #2) by L.E. DeLano (Review)
The second instalment of the Traveler series, Dreamer takes off where Traveler left off. Jessa's kinda-sorta-maybe-would-be love is dead, and she still has to save the multiverse, not easy. Still hurting from the loss of her version sorta of Finn, she struggles to do her job to traveler through universes. Not alone in her loss, Pirate Finn has decided he wants to find Jessa, after the tragic loss of his version of Jessa. (Confusing, I know). To top it all off, Ben still wants to win Jessa's heart, making for quite a lot of personal life drama on the home front.
I really enjoyed Dreamer, but bar none, my favourite character was Jessa's autistic brother. He singlehandedly brought life and love to the book. He was adorable and heart-wrenchingly sweet. Its rare to see such a nice representation of those with autism. I loved it, and him. Jessa was also a good character for this story, she was subdued enough that the reader could easily place themselves in her shoes and live out the crazy story concept undisturbed. Also, pirate Finn. We need to talk about pirate Finn. Very strange. He just came in and replaced old Finn, which was a little disconcerting. I liked him, he was suave and handsome, but his jump into the story was strange on behalf of the readers. All in all, not bad. I liked Dreamer and give it the rating of FOUR AND A HALF STARS OUT OF FIVE!!!
*Advanced Readers Copy*