Page Number- 288
My rating-5 of 5 stars
This Book was amazing! This book was very realistic for a dystopian novel. Higgins was able to create a world that didn't seem "overdone", but still seemed very interesting. I have never read a book like this one. Dawn of the Dreamer also had a love triangle that many novels have, but this love triangle didn't bother me as much. I did think that parts of this book were a little overdone, but it wasn't a big deal. I would still recommend this book to anyone.
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In 2023, the innovative MultiMind Corporation (MMC) released a stylish Wristcuff to be worn over a microchip implanted beneath its host’s skin, giving the wearer pleasant dreams. Better sleep promotes a peaceful lifestyle and improved health. At least this is what the MMC have the population believing. There are those for whom this technology fails to work: Dreamers. They’re shunned because of their inability to adapt and evolve like the rest of the human race.
Amelia is a Dreamer, and the veil of ignorance is lifted when she meets someone who helps her see through the lies and secrets of the MMC. With her world shaken and changed, Amelia has to decide whether to fight for the freedom to dream or take the ‘next step in evolution’ with the rest of society at the risk of losing her ability to think and dream for herself.