(Dream Country) [Download] Î Suyi Davies Okungbowa

Dream Country

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For the gates to fall the entire bookthen what There was a lot room for the author to make a intriguing story The plot was still good but I was waiting for that extra push this is partially why I did not rate it a 5 My other issue with the book is that it was very boring in "places with too much description If you were wondering about romance there is very little One character has a "with too much description If you were wondering about romance there is very little One character has a love that comes p as an issue however it does not affect the plot Overall the book was good Towards the end it finally picked p with a shocking ending I hope to see Theo become independent in the next book Tores was definitely my favorite character and his crows of course I am anxious to see where the next book goes I received an ARC in exchange for an honest reviewDREAM COUNTRY is a YA fantasy inspired by world mythologies from Kenya Brazil the Caribbean and Greece Focusing on the sibling rivalry between the gods of Sleep Dreams and Nightmares we explore the heavenly realm in the aftermath of murderThe setting and culture are standouts I enjoy discovering the heavenly domains the ma. Ound each of "them is a suspect in their mother’s murder Their knife edge feud worsens when a mortal "is a suspect in their mother’s murder Their knife edge feud worsens when a mortal the world with astounding abilities that threaten to change the game for them all In this ARC review of Dream Country by Ashaye Brown45 starsSpoiler FreeI was very lucky to receive an arc of this book by Onwe The book follows three gods Sleep Dream and Nightmares However we only get the pov of the gods of "Sleep Theo And Nightmares Tores The World "Theo and Nightmares Tores The world of the book was great Sometimes I did get a little bored with the descriptions but overall the picture of the realms was awesome The realms are inspired by Kenyan Brazilian Caribbean and Greek culture So it was really cool to see some references to cultures that are sually not in ya books I originally thought the book was a standalone yet as I neared the "end I went wait what Turns out it is intended to be a "I went wait what Turns out it is intended to be a which is super cool One thing that bothered me WAS THAT I ONLY LIKED TORES AND HIS BIRD that I only liked Tores and his bird Theo is weak minded and depends on others On the other hand Tores is that broody sarcastic character that I just love The other goddess Dreams Fanta was too rude for me to like her yet I admire her protective nature and strong will over herself and realm The plot does lag some I feel as if I was waiting. A sibling rivalry to fuel your worst nightmares The dysfunctional triplet gods of Sleep Dreams and Nightmares are kept separate by the deadly Gates of Horn and Ivory Only one fact keeps them tightly ,
Jor and minor gods and the connection between the human and divine realms DREAM COUNTRY is also one of the rarer YAs focused on familial rather than romantic ties Despite being siblings Theo Torres and Fanta have little trust in each other and struggle to work together to resolve an nexpected crisis Sarcastic shade of grey Torres "IS MY FAVE CHARACTER BY FAR AND I M "my fave character by far and I m to learn about gate
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Rogan too I to connect with idealistic na ve Theo and brash self centered Fanta but as the imposed boundaries between siblings dissolve it s interesting to see their evolution begin from archetype to multidimensional characterWhile this novel is pitched as a whodunit the world building takes precedence over the murder As a plot hungry reader I was left wanting so I d recommend this primarily to fans of mythology and character driven narratives Have to say though that I was NOT expecting that ending which partly assuaged my impatience with the plotAlso can we have a spinoff novel just with Torres and his talking crowsREAD THIS IF you enjoyed Gods of Jade and Shadow. Hrilling young adult fantasy Ashaye Brown brings to life a visionary world infused with Kenyan Brazilian Caribbean and Grecian cultural references A story like no other with stakes as high as they com.


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    read ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ Suyi Davies Okungbowa Suyi Davies Okungbowa ↠ 3 characters (Dream Country) [Download] Î Suyi Davies Okungbowa This book was EVERYTHING. From the imagery, setting, lore, cultures, I loved it ALL. The realms for the gods/goddesses was so unique and beautifully done that I wanted to explore every area in their domains. The way the gods themselves are se

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    characters Dream Country (Dream Country) [Download] Î Suyi Davies Okungbowa I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.DREAM COUNTRY is a YA fantasy inspired by world mythologies from Kenya, Brazil, the Caribbean, and Greece. Focusing on the sibling rivalry between the gods of Sleep, Dreams, and Nightmares, we explore the heavenly realm in the aftermath of murder.The setting and culture are standout

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    (Dream Country) [Download] Î Suyi Davies Okungbowa characters Dream Country ARC review of Dream Country by Ashaye Brown4/5 starsSpoiler FreeI was very lucky to receive an arc of this book by Onwe. The book follows three gods, Sleep, Dream, and Nightmares. However we only get the pov of the gods of S

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