Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Gone by Lisa McMann

In Lisa McMann’s third book of the Wake trilogy, Gone, Janie has to face her future and the consequences of being a dream walker. She’ll have to make the hardest choice of her life. “Janie imagines life without people. Without him. Broken heart, loneliness, but able to see, to feel. To live. To be, in peace. Not always looking over her shoulder for the next dream attack. And she imagines life with him. Blind, gnarled, but loved…”

As in Wake and Fade, McMann writes with brutal honesty about living in less than ideal households. Janie’s strong character shines as she deals with her alcoholic mother, her intense relationship with Cabel, and the ability to drop into dreams. The ending of this series is everything it should be, fans will not be disappointed.

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