I shall round off the year with another fantasy book that I absolutely loved. I have been following the author and her works ever since I chanced upon Fire’s Song and I must say that with each book, she is capturing my imagination more and more. Dreamer’s Melody, the final book of the Shaudrey Universe is a satisfying conclusion to the series, weaving the threads together in a masterful manner. J.E Mueller is a master storyteller and this book underlines the fact even more.
The story revolves around Remi whose ability to Dreamwalk, lands her somewhere unexpected after she was caught in a storm and ends up in a coma in the real world. But the world is more than it seems and Remi has to find a way to survive this place of monsters if she’s to stand a chance of returning to her own world and to her sister.
The narration is in the first person and the voice is very distinctive and individual. The events are gripping and the plot twists and turns with many surprises in store. The humour that Mueller brings to her characters’ voices is present here also and it adds to the charm of the overall story. Though the book is the last in the series, each book can be read as standalone pieces as well.
If you love fantasy books, go and pick this one up. This is sure to enthrall you. The book is free to read if you have a KUL subscription.
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Kindle edition can be purchased here
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