Review: The Dream Catcher

The Dream Catcher The Dream Catcher by Anya Monroe
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Different and a nice surprise. As an audio book, first time hearing this particular narrator felt a little odd. Monotone for a quite few times… I’m used to get all tangled up with the story from the start, but this time was hard to feel it, blaming the way it was narrated… When I overcome that, it went smooth, good paced story. Not awesomely written, but it was really great! Refreshing and compelling. What I liked the most, was Penny and Ollie’s honest and hard friend relationship. It’s all about being brave, acceptance and of course, love. Always on the edge, near an outburst. I was immersed in their story and wonder what it would turn out in the end. I was afraid of a bad or stressed fast ending, like many stories can go. It wasn’t. Go check this out! “This audiobook was provided at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of”

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Author: Monica Sofia Alves

...waiting to be awake... ... dreaming in colors... I'm me. I'm true I feel, I paint. I play with paint, piano, even my guitar. Last, I write... oh and I smile everyday :) My first poem here:

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