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READ & REVIEWED: Dreamstalkers: The Night Train by Sarah Driver

With fantastic worldbuilding, Dreamstalkers: The Night Train takes readers on an imaginative and magical adventure with a feisty heroine.


Dreamstalkers Sarah Driver The Night Train middle grade kidlit book children kids review

In Sarah Driver's new middle-grade book, Dreamstalkers: The Night Train, dreams have disappeared and nightmares are prowling Tor of Thunderheart, forcing Torfolk to abandon their settlement. As 12-year-old Bea’s mother becomes sick from the nightmares, Bea discovers her mother used to be a dreamstalker, a guardian of dreamscapes.


Dreamstalkers Sarah Driver The Night Train middle grade kidlit book children kids review

When the Night Train suddenly appears at Bea’s home, she embarks on a journey to Silvervein with her pet owl, Pip, and friend, Martha, in a bid to save her mother and town. Bea finds herself battling menacing nightmares and self-doubts as she trains to be a dreamstalker and faces off against cruel Queen Mora who is determined to destroy everything with her nightmares.


Dreamstalkers Sarah Driver The Night Train middle grade kidlit book children kids review

The Night Train, the first book of the Dreamstalkers Trilogy, is an imaginative and magical adventure. The superb worldbuilding sees our feisty heroine encountering blot dragons, skinshifters, moving towers, magical dreamscapes and more. This is one book I’d love to see adapted to screen - its magical elements would be such a visual spectacle 😉


Dreamstalkers Sarah Driver The Night Train middle grade kidlit book children kids review

I recommend this book for tweens and those older who love a good fantasy story. Dreamstalkers: The Night Train is available at all good bookstores. Thank you Definitely Books Kids (Pansing) for sending this newly-released title over!


Dreamstalkers Sarah Driver The Night Train middle grade kidlit book children kids review

Disclaimer: The book was provided by Pansing for my review. My opinions and reviews here are strictly my and my family’s own.


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