Every night Babe dreams of a boy she’s never met before named Zat. But Zat is no ordinary daydream. He’s actual a human from the distant future, who has travelled back in time to be with Babe in the only way that he can be―in her dreams. But the dreams leave Babe more and more tired and pained each morning. Zat is determined to help her, even if it means never sharing dreams with her again.
What grabbed my attention first was the detail in how Berla sets a scene. She has this poetic artistry in how she describes a scene so you can visualize where it’s taking place but it’s more like looking at a landscape painting than a photograph. There’s a plethora of characters to follow and thankfully her character development is well thought out so you can get to know these people and want to know how their lives will evolve.
It’s such a beautiful story I found myself turning page after page even at 3a when my body and eyes were begging me to let them have a rest because I wanted to know how it ended. I’m pleased to say the ending was better than I thought it was going to be which helped ease the pain from lack of sleep. The book gave me very pleasant dreams to drift off to….
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*synopsis and pic from amazon.com
Thank you Netgalley for allowing me to review this book.