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Strange the DreamerThe dream chooses the dreamer not the other way around and Lazlo Strange war orphan and junior librarian has always feared that his dream chose poorly Since he was five years old he’s been obsessed with the mythic lost city of Weep but it would take someone bolder than Strange the Kindle he to cross half the worl Have you ever loved a book so much that it completely fills your soul warms your heart and heals your broken pieces Because that's Strange the Dreamer “On the second Sabbat of Twelfthmoon in the city of Weep a girl fell from the sky Her skin was blue her blood was red” This is that rare type of book that while reading is a constant reminder of why you fell in love with reading in the first place This book is perfection This book is a tangible piece of joy The feeling while reading this is indescribable but the closest word choice would have to be pure bliss This isn't the type of book to come around often In fact the last time I felt this was back in 2015 with The Name of the Wind and the same feeling of guilt from giving other books five star ratings is here again This book is so much greater than five stars Yet this book feels unratable because how do you rate perfection instead of just feeling at a loss of words because of its awe I don't see how anything I'll read in 2017 can beat this Not A Court of Wings and Ruin not Tyrant's Throne not Skullsworn not All the Crooked Saints not The Chosen not anything Just throw my 2017 anticipation list away because Strange the Dreamer was all I needed this year “Two hundred years ago there was a storm” I truly believe the best way to go into this book is blind I wouldn't even read the synopsis but the basic premise of this story is that we are introduced to an orphan who has always been ostracized for being different and he is constantly dreaming of the Unseen City that everyone else has long forgotten He grows up and moves locations but the mystery city is always on his mind Then he finally gets confirmation that the Unseen City is very real and very much in need of help Surprise mystery after surprise mystery elouent word construction after elouent word construction plot twist after plot twist and you will become so immersed in this world that you will feel like you yourself have lived in the Unseen City all your life I will say that this book does have a really strong romance In fact it probably has one of the biggest OTPS I've ever read Like I'm real invested Probably too invested There is also gasp sex in this book and is dealt with in such a realistic and natural way while also being very believable because these characters are seventeen years old and are discovering their bodies for the first time But don't go into this expecting A Court of Mist and Fury's sex scenes but go into this knowing that it is an older YA book with mature themes that are amazingly written Again I'm too emotionally invested in these fictional characters “She asked in a hesitant whisper “Do you still think I’m a a singularly unhorrible demon” “No” he said smiling “I think you’re a fairy tale I think you’re magical and brave and exuisite And” His voice grew bashful Only in a dream could he be so bold and speak such words “I hope you’ll let me be in your story” ➽ The Plot This story is so uniue like take my breath away how did a human even come up with this uniue The themes brought up are so important and the messages will stick with you The plot is engaging addicting and nothing short of phenomenal ➽ The Writing I kind of want to just write Laini Taylor is ueen and leave it at that The only other person I can compare her writing style to is Maggie Stiefvater Lyrical writing speaks to my ver

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EBOOK Û EPUB Strange the Dreamer ã 9780316341684 FREE ☆ [PDF / Epub] ❤ Strange the Dreamer ✅ Laini Taylor – Eyltransferservices.co.uk The dream chooses the dreamer not the other way around—and Lazlo Strange war orphan and junior librarian has always feared that his dream chose poorly Since he wD in search of it Then a stunning opportunity presents itself in the person of a hero called the Godslayer and a band of legendary warriors and he has to seize his chance or lose his dream foreverWhat happened in Weep two hundred years ago to cut it off from the rest of the world What exactly did the Godslayer slay th Blown AwayThat was incredible

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At went by the name of god And what is the mysterious problem he now seeks help in solvingThe answers await in Weep but so do mysteries including the blue skinned goddess who appears in Lazlo’s dreams How did he dream her before he knew she existed And if all the gods are dead why does she seem so real Welcome to We This was a dream to reread —————————I'm thinking about how to review this and honestly words fail me so this'll be an attempt I mean I will try and somewhat make this cohesive But nothing will do it justice You will have to discover the story for that This book made me feel hopeful Validated my views and feelings I’ve always known to be true to my own self Then Laini Taylor comes along and drops this bomb of a magic on us and my feelings were cemented by a ten foldLazlo Strange is a bookworm A librarian and a dreamer at heart His fascination with a lost city has been his driving force for the majority of his life Growing up as an orphan in a city that didn’t really accept him that is what he became fixated on He lived and breathed books and learning about the city and wonders of WeepThe way his character was fleshed out was simply stunning It wasn't just fleshed out; every emotion and thought process the character could have possibly experienced was laid out Similarly the same attentive care and focus was given to the other incredible characters and their world fed to us bit by bit and it beautifully came together piece by piece It allowed me to savour the story enjoy the dream I was living in for a while and experience it in its full gloryThis is the sort of writing style that demands and deserves attention It is not to be rushed and I don’t think the reader them self would want to rush it Taking your time with it and revelling in its lushness is when the magic happensAs soon as I entered the story I was immediately swept away by the language the intricacy The attention to detail is mind blowing and I couldn't help but have such deep admiration for Laini Taylor I was dreaming whilst reading building the fantasy up in my head wandering around in that world that felt so alive to meOne of the main aspects of the book that I absolutely appreciated was how it looked at the concept of dreams There’s always this debate as to whether it is healthier to be realistic or be a dreamer when it comes to ones goals as dreamers themselves are looked as ‘lazy’ But this book was based on a dreamer and his dream How he wished hoped and how much of that dream encompassed his life and regardless of whether people were dismissing it he stayed true to his belief and did not doubt it Yes the occasional doubt was there naturally it would be but his belief in that dream kept him afloat And that just hit so close to home for meI want to say about this book I want to be able to explain the absolute magic it encompassed and honed within me the comforting emotions I was feeling throughout and the false sense of security I was duped into believing and led to because that ending was just heart wrenching But I actually can’t It’s a story I’ll always revisit ——————————————— INITIAL REACTION Well fuck I think my soul has just left my body RTC when it decides to join me again ——————————————— READING RAMBLESOkay I'm feeling guilty for having to put this book down for the 2nd time now 😖😖😖 In no way is it bad At all 'Bad' and 'Laini Taylor' don't exist in the same universe but I haven't touched this book for a month and it's mainly due to the fact that I haven't been in the mood to read fantasy for so long 😩 Soon babe I'll get to you soon I'm putting this book down for now because I