And all thy children shall be taught of the Lord; and great shall be the peace of thy children. Isaiah 54:13 KJV

Thursday, January 22, 2015

The Dreamtreader Vs. Evil

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

Search for the Shadow Key is book #2 in the Dreamtreaders series from Wayne Thomas Batson. This juvenile fiction series focuses on Archer who is a teenager that is the only current dreamtreader. Dreamtreaders go into the dream world during a window of time during the night and repair breaches between the dream world and real world. The Nightmare Lord has been defeated but a new evil entity is taking over.


Archer is continuing the work he was doing in Dreamtreaders. His task of keeping the two worlds from joining into a giant nightmare is a difficult one. In this second book, his task is even more difficult as people begin to disappear in the "real" world, he comes upon a beast in the dream realm, and he faces tough decisions. He has his helper Razz with him along the way and he meets Nick in the dream world. 

In this book, Archer faces a difficult choice. Should he sacrifice everything for his loved ones or is it more important to do the "greater good" and keep the Dream and Waking Worlds separate? I enjoy that this series includes several situations that present moral quandaries. This books are geared towards the middle school age crowd, and they are at the age of finding themselves in situations that require a moral choice. Through these science fiction situations, Batson does a great job of working in Christian ethics. These books do include some vivid battles and are best for the older kids who enjoy this type of fiction. 

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2 comments:

  1. Well I don't have a teen, but I have encouraged my sister who is a pre-teen to ask God what she should do in situations as well as pray.

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  2. I encourage them by trying to set a good example.

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