The Lucid Dreamer (Dystopian Child Prodigy SciFi)

The Lucid Dreamer Dystopian Child Prodigy SciFi If you like Ender s Game you will absolutely LOVE my books A world in ruins A race in turmoil Every man for himself Our planet is dying but humanity stubbornly refuses to give in After years of total

  • Title: The Lucid Dreamer (Dystopian Child Prodigy SciFi)
  • Author: Casey Herzog
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  • Page: 217
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  • The Lucid Dreamer (Dystopian Child Prodigy SciFi)

    If you like Ender s Game you will absolutely LOVE my books A world in ruins A race in turmoil Every man for himself.Our planet is dying, but humanity stubbornly refuses to give in.After years of total war following an alien invasion which humanity succeeded in pushing away so to speak Earth is left ravaged and destroyed Nations have ceased to exist and small communiIf you like Ender s Game you will absolutely LOVE my books A world in ruins A race in turmoil Every man for himself.Our planet is dying, but humanity stubbornly refuses to give in.After years of total war following an alien invasion which humanity succeeded in pushing away so to speak Earth is left ravaged and destroyed Nations have ceased to exist and small communities hang on by a thread, surviving only by cowering away in the darkness or by allowing themselves to become corrupted shadows of what they once believed in.Within these ashes of a once great planet, a story unfolds Dante Castello , a boy gifted with healing abilities and his mentor and ex soldier, Callum Thorpe, travel side by side through the wastelands after leaving a burning city behind them Their objective is The University , a mysterious place where it is said that children and youngsters like Dante can develop their abilities and provide greatness to a world that dearly needs it.Unfortunately, both travelers are beset with the threats of the new world, and they have not left old enemies behind, either, enemies who do not let go of grudges easily The healer s story has just begun, but there are many who seek to end it Pain, loss and suffering stand before and behind them and both man and child are certain of one truth in this post apocalyptic world of terrors There is no such thing as living any There is only surviving.

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    1. Montzalee Wittmann

      The Lucid Dreamer (Dystopian Child Prodigy SciFi) (The Unmaker Series Book 1) by Casey Herzog has 3 stories in one. One is a sci-fi and two fantasy stories. I liked them all but I liked the first one best, the sci-fi. All worth the read. The first one I would give 4 stars to and the others 3 stars each. I liked some of his other books better.

    2. Cathy

      I received a free copy of this book from the author. I had the opportunity to review or not.A world in chaos after warring with aliens and losing. It is the story of Dante, a young boy with incredible powers and Callum, a man with extraordinary combat skills and their journey across this chaotic land. They are trying to get to a better place where survival does not rely on murder. These are some of the inhabitants of The Lucid Dreamers books. Fascinating characters and hard-core descriptions mak [...]

    3. Christinaraven

      Instead of the usual aliens invade and Earth's people and governments band together to win the war and a new era of peace comes for all, Earth governments implode and lawlessness rules. It was a great read both disturbing and addicting at the same time. While most people end up bad a few good people do exist. Basically it's the story of Dante a 10 year old healer who must survive the craziness the world has become and his quest to learn where he came from and how to control his powers between cr [...]

    4. Mae

      I gave this book a 4 out of 5 stars, even though only the first story was a 4. The other two stories I'd give a 3 or 3.5 out of 5 stars. The first story is a great sci-fi - full of suspense and action. There are many great characters throughout the book though! Overall, I like the storylines, the descriptions, and the powers of some of the characters. Some of the stories were cliche, but I enjoyed them still. Even though I said some was cliche, some of the stories were new and interesting. Also, [...]

    5. Don

      Written as 3 books in one. The 1st story about Dante and his friends is very good. Written well, tight structure and a great story line. The next two books about magic however are terrible. The books are wordy, preachy and lack the structure of the 1st story. Conversations are pedantic, confusing, and not clearly delineated between the different speakers. Not worth the paper or the time to digitalize them. Many thoughts written as background, are repeated in the conversations making the read see [...]

    6. John Barnes

      Enjoyable ReadWhen I first started reading your book I wasn't quite sure what to expect. However it soon turned into a very enjoyable read. The storyline kept you unsure of what was going to occur in the next chapter but it kept me entertained throughout. Theme characters were believable and the storyline flowed smoothly. I look forward to reading the next book in the series and would recommend this to other fans of this genre

    7. BP34

      This was quite an interesting read and a different take on the usual sci-fi - dystopian book. Full of action and suspense. An amazing story where a healer emerges in the aftermath of an alien invasion where the earth suffered great devastation. A story of survival and existence. Well written with some interesting characters. I voluntarily reviewed an arc copy of this book. Enjoyed this book even though I don't usually read science fiction books.

    8. Bonnie Keck

      Kindle Unlimited but had to look it up in my email, got it as an ARC. Uh trying to remember, arc for hopeful review, nothing more than the book, all opinions as always my own, solely based on my opinions and nothing elsewell beyond everything else I have ever read in 50 plus years but whatever.A world in ruins, a dying planet, a race to survive in the turmoil. The Earth was almost conquered but it was definitely laid to waste society. Dante Castello is gifted with healing abilities so along with [...]

    9. Ruth Newton

      I have read this book as an ARC reader. This is my freely given review.Well, she's done it again! Casey Herzog has truely captured magic on the page again!This book is a fast paced, full of action, and keeps you on your toes wondering what will happen next.!I highly recommend this book to anyone that are Sci-Fi, thrillers, mysteries, and dystopia lovers, as I found that it covered all the bases of all these gente! I can't wait to read the continuation!!!Ruth Newton

    10. Sandy Lipinski

      A world destroyed by war where the worst and the best survives. A ten year old boy named Dante, can heal himself and others is on a road trip to a university.

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