Night Wars (Night Warriors #4)
They are five ordinary people, forced to do battle on the most terrifying field imaginable - the landscape of nightmares. They are the Night Warriors and only they can defeat the evil that has invaded our world through our dreams.
Two of the cruelest and most horrific apparitions ever seen are attempting to destroy our world by entering the dreams of expectant mothers. The
newborns unable to sleep, dead serial killer sperm, it was a truely haunting and bizarre idea.
One hundred pages in I left it. The tone changed to comicbook style hidden superpowers everyone is half naked in spandex and has perfect bodies, though they are fat in real life.
The change from horror tone to hoaky just doesn't work, I was entirely lost.
I may finish it, but doubt it
Wojownicy Nocy też byli nieźli. Nie top topów tego autora, ale całkiem fajnie. Ludzie mogący podczas snu wchodzić w marzenia senne innych, by bronić ludzkości przed demonami, któr...more
Actually, it's REALLY ridiculous.
Starts out promisingly, with babies dying in the hospital due to dream demons sneaking into their heads and taking away their ability to dream. See, every baby is born with complete knowledge of the universe, creation, the secrets of everything, basically. They lose this knowledge upon birth. So these two dream demons, the Winterwent and the High Horse, are trying to take these babies' dreams just as they're born and figure out the...more
It started out alright. I like the comic book-esk of the story and characters. And I love a good sci-fi story, but this did not do it for me. The idea was good, the story had a lot of potential.
/shrug, I know everyone's ta...more
I had no idea this was a series book, which is a good thing. I read this book as a stand alone and didn't feel i was missing anything.
A great get away from the real worl - who wouldnt love to be super hero, and go byound all real life self. This book takes five people to that place and saves the fate of the world in the process.