Saturday, December 31, 2016

Book Review: The Raven Cycle: The Dream Thieves

                                                   The Dream Thieves Review
The Dream Thieves is the second book in The Raven Cycle series and in this book deals more in-depth about things that were there in the first book but not really the focus of the book. In this book a big focus is put on Ronan and his ability to take things from his dreams and have them be real in the real world. This ability that Ronan has is one that is very interesting from the start but become even more so when you learn more about it throughout the book and I liked that we also learned a lot more about Ronan as a character in this book as well.

One of the other main focuses in this book is how Adam is different  now since he made a sacrifice at the end of the first book even though it isn't clear what the sacrifice did to him it's clear that it did change him and not for the better. Adam has to deal with this change and accept the role that he promised to fulfill in the last book but by the time he has realized this his friends have already noticed a change in him and this has allowed his relationships with them to change slightly. In this book Blue and Gansey take a bit of a back seat in terms of plot but one thing that does develop with them is that it's clear that they started to develop romantic feels for each other even though neither plans to act on them.

In this a book a new character named Mr. Grey is introduced as a hit man that was hired to find an object that takes things from dreams with neither himself or his employer knowing that it's not an object but a person that can pull things out of dreams. Mr. Grey is a character that is dangerous and not quite trustworthy but he also isn't evil either so that makes him interesting to read about because your not quite sure what to make of him.

Overall I loved this book it had great characters and I loved seeing both the characters and the relationships they had with each other grow through out this book. I really loved this book  for both it's story and writing style. Please tell me your thoughts on this book.

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