Dawn of dreams book review

Dawn of dreams were gifted to me in exchange for a review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

Book: Dawn of Dreams 

Author: Bronwyn Leroux 

Genre: fantasy, dystopian 

Rating: 3 stars


Jaden and Kayla’s lives couldn’t be more different. It’s 2073 and the two strangers are living worlds apart. Then something strange and terrifying brings them together. No one can see the hideous, malevolent creature but them. 

As if that wasn’t enough, the two discover that the beast stalking them isn’t the only thing they have in common. Venturing further down the path they have been forced onto, they join forces with strange and unusual comrades, suffer attacks from enemies beyond their imagination and begin unravelling the complex mystery of their mission. 

But discovering the answers to their questions comes with a price. Their lives will be forever changed. In a world on the verge of destruction, can this unlikely couple find a way to save it, all while trying to make sense of this inexplicable connection they feel for each other?

My review 

It’s so hard to put words to something I really enjoyed but let’s try shall we? 

A fantasy dystopian full of twists and turns that kept catching me by surprise! Our characters connected was so real and believable I could see it as clear as day. 

We are following two characters who are destined to save the world and trying to learn how to do just that while keeping themselves safe. Although this story was mainly just them learning what the heck was going on and not a whole lot of them saving the world just like I presumed it would be.

Although I really loved this book and had a lot of fun it was a pretty average book hence my three star rating but I am really looking forward to seeing more from this author and reading book two.

About the Author

From the gold mines of Africa to the glorious Bay view’s from Golden Gate Bridge to the spectacular Rockies, Bronwyn is an explorer at heart who loves to solve mysteries and avidly listens to audiobooks while playing in her sandpit (aka gardening). When she’s not juggling the many balls she has in the air, she’s following her passion and writing books for young adults.

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