By Miorzza on January 31, 2013
This is taken from my review on goodreads.com.
The novel begins in the imaginary world that the main character, Abigail Crabtree, goes to in her sleep. It isn't until she is confronted by a crow in a cloak, claiming to be sent to purge the land by the king of Traumund does Abigail realize that this imaginary world is not just hers. The suspense and dark atmosphere carry you through the story as Abigail faces evil that she never dreamed of before. The book is wonderfully dark and takes an interesting spin on the dreams that we take for granted. I felt that the main character was a little bit passive, but her part was the young teen thrust into magic and evil and her point of view is unique. The pacing is great and I recommend it to anyone that loves young adult fantasy.
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