The Dreamosphere

The Dreamosphere

The Dreamosphere What if dreams don t disappear when we wake up Haunted by her sister s death Gwen Stoker takes solace in her web of dreams the Dreamosphere But when someone begins destroying it Gwen must find the c

  • Title: The Dreamosphere
  • Author: Laura Stoddard
  • ISBN: 9781462114443
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
  • What if dreams don t disappear when we wake up Haunted by her sister s death, Gwen Stoker takes solace in her web of dreams the Dreamosphere But when someone begins destroying it, Gwen must find the culprit or risk losing all her happy thoughts and feelings forever Dreams come to life in this fantastical children s tale

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    Gwen is a young girl who is suffering after the death of her younger sister. A few years have passed, and she has retreated into herself. Her personality is completely altered from her natural friendly and fun loving self.Gwen is a dreamer. She has vivid dreams that she remembers the next morning. She keeps a dream journal that she records the events in. It is something that keeps her together. She begins to notice that she isn't dreaming every night, this is strange for her. She begins to have [...]

    Now here’s a fantasy novel that parents wouldn’t mind their middle schoolers reading. It was imaginative, fascinating, and substantial. There was a feel of originality to the story that made for an exciting read. The mystery it presented in the beginning had me hooked, the plot had me lined, and the sinker came at the end. Although, I was able to guess who the “bad” guy was and the potential hero at the end, I was surprised at why; so that was a delightful discovery.This was a fun quick [...]

    First of all, this cover is absolutely gorgeous. Gwen's dreams are vivid and creative and sometimes quite horrifying. Gwen starts out with a chip on her shoulder and is pretty miserable. We soon learn that her sister died and she feels that she was to blame. She's also been having a hard time dreaming lately. She meets Tabitha who helps her understand the Dreamosphere and there are still plenty of questions to be answered. I really liked Gwen! Even though she was sulky at the beginning, I unders [...]

    While I wasn't crazy about this book, I still liked it quite a bit. I liked the concept of the dream webs and the orbs and how the kids could travel from one dream to the next. I also liked Gwen and her life in the real world. I loved her dreams, too. They were crazy, nonsensical situations that made me smile.The first half of the book was repetitive, with Gwen going to school, coming home, going to sleep, learning about dreams, waking up, and following the same pattern for several days. Many of [...]

    I have always been so intrigued about dreams and what they mean. So this new take on a person's dreams and where they collect was fascinating. Main character, Gwen, is an interesting 11 year old girl who is quite surly. She seems to be very unhappy and not friendly at all. We soon find out why, as it's revealed that she feels guilty for her younger sister's death. The reader also learns early on that Gwen can go to a place called "The Dreamosphere" where all of her dreams are kept. I have to adm [...]

    4 STARS Gwen Stoker is a character that at first does not seem likable, in fact she goes out of her way to be mean. Then you learn about her past and she changes your mind. How easy it is to judge a person wrong without getting to know them. Gwen feels guilty for her sister's death. That would be hard to loose a sister for anyone. I like Gwen and admire her. There are a few characters in this book that I have made snap judgments on and later change my mind. Most of the characters are children. T [...]

    The DreamosphereBy Laura StoddardGwen (Gwenevere) Stoker is haunted by her sister's death, a death for which she feels responsible. She is not the same person that she was two years ago. But something is about to happen that could again forever alter Gwen's life.Gwen has always had dreams that are vividly eclectic, but recently her dreams have been almost non-existent. But Tabitha is about to change that. Someone or something is destroying Gwen's dreams and the memory of her dreams. And Tabitha [...]

    This is a very creative story. Dreams are really strange things and the dimension where dreams exist in this case, was fascinating! The orbs, strands, webs was a very inner-woven, detailed area. There were ideas that really sparked my imagination. A lot of thought went into this one, that's for sure!Gwen is 11 years old and for me, personally, that was a problem. I have an 11 year old and granted, he's not as mature as some kids his age, but there is no way he would connect the dots to this myst [...]

    THE DREAMOSPHERE by Laura Stoddard is an interesting Christan Fantasy/Mystery/Dreams.A unique,interesting and intriguing mixture of fantasy, adventure,dreams, with mystery and bit of suspense. Young readers are sure to enjoy “The Dreamosphere”. Do you remember your dreams? After reading this you will never forget them. Full of surprises and twists and turns.Gwenevere Stoker, is becoming bitter after the death of her sister. Someone is stealing her happiness though her dreams. Tabitha, appear [...]

    DO YOU REMEMBER YOUR DREAMS?Struggling with the loss of her sister Gwen takes great solace by escaping into her dreams.When she starts to have dreamless nights and even periods of memory loss during the day Gwen turns into an angry and bitter person and finds pleasure in making everyone around her miserable.Then one night Tabitha shows up in her dreams.Tabitha explains that her dreams are orbs on a big web of dreamsAnd someone is destroying Gwen's dream orbs.Tabitha teaches Gwen how to reach the [...]

    3.5 stars When I received The Dreamosphere in the mail, I was a little disappointed at the size of the book. But Laura Stoddard sure packed a lot into 198 pages!I really enjoyed this book. I thought Gwen's character was very relatable. She had been sad, depressed, and angry since her younger sister died. Once she made sense of what was going on in her dreamosphere, see made huge changes in her life that helped not only her, but also helped to uncover the darkness that seemed to be plaguing many [...]

    The Dreamoshphere was a truly amazing book. There were some parts that made me want to cry, and at the beginning I absolutely hated Gwen, but overall the book was fantastic. The book is about an amazing idea I'd never really thought about. The Dreamosphere is truly genius. There were also plenty of funny and entertaining parts, overall fulfilling every need and not lacking any important characteristics of a good book. The main idea had so much potential, and Laura Stoddard carried it out perfect [...]

    This book was amazing read, a great fantasy story. The cover is gorgeous enough for you want to pick up and dive right in. The way the characters connect, you really feel for them. I really felt like i was in the story, fighting the same demons that the characters where dealing with. Loved it.

    everyone needs to read this book!! so imaginative! like nothing i've read before. :) Sweet, funny characters. Awesome story!!

    Such an interesting story about how one girl's dreams could change everything! I loved this kind of deep thinking book that wove into the story so well.

    I'll borrow words from a fellow reviewer "imaginative, fascinating and substantial" and I'll add captivating. I too, thoroughly loved reading this one. It felt unique, realistic and enveloping. I have kept a dream journal off and on for 30+ years and found this delightful tale captured my fascination with the dream world. Thanks author!!

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