The Dream Thieves

The Dream Thieves is the second book in Maggie Stiefvater’s series, The Raven Cycle. And trust me, once you read, The Raven Boys, you will want to read this book.

In this sequel, you learn a lot about Ronan Lynch, his father, and their secret. At the end of the first book (if you haven’t read the first book, go do that, then come read this) Ronan reviled that he got chainsaw from his dreams. You will learn more about how that works in this book.

Ronan’s dreams are getting worse, darker, more sinister. To add to that,  people are looking for an artifact called, the Graywaren, which allows it’s owner to take things out of dreams. Sound Familiar? Adam is having visions, hearing voices since he pledged to be Cabeswater’s hands and eyes. The Ley Line is also surging, causing Noah to disappear. Someone is using the energy? But who?

Overall, this was my least favorite of the books in The Raven Cycle, at least while I was reading it. I did not like Ronan at this point, and therefore had a hard time liking a book largely about him. However, I will say, this book is filled with crucial information. You also learn a LOT about the characters in this book. The writing is still amazing and captivating. Also, if you want to listen to it on Audiobook, Will Patton is the one reading, and he does an AMAZING job.

Also, I listened to this via Scribd. If you don’t have a Scribd account, I highly recommend getting one. it’s $8.99 a month and you get 2 audiobooks and 7 ebooks to read a month. Plus they have a ton of scribd selects for each month that you can read in addition to your monthly allowance. https://www.scribd.com/g/s3mjg  this link will allow you to get 2 months of reading for free when you sign up!

 

Happy Reading!

Moriah

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