I’m not normally a fan of reviewing books that are part of a series as I always feel obliged to review the whole series so that you, my dear reader, don’t miss out, but I made an exception for this book because I LOVED the cover art. I’m a fickle reader and when faced with a row of books with little time to study each one I will always pick the cover I like best….which has varying degrees of success!
But, my book shallowness came through for me this time and I couldn’t have been happier with The Dream Protocol. I found the story engaging and fast paced and a tale that kept you guessing….and leaves you guessing!!
I loved the theme, it reminds me a little of a Hunger Games style of life with a little bit of social inequality thrown in for good measure. And after the teaser at the end of Book 1 I cannot wait to read book 2!!
The idea of the Ministry is a unique one and the depiction of people buying and living out their fantasies in their dreams could be a glimpse into our own future and the author depicts this life with creativity and flare that captivates the reader.
This book is definitely worth a read and kept me up until the wee hours!
Disclosure: The Pursuit Of Bookiness received a copy of this book free of charge in return for an honest review. All opinions are our own.