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In roughly one hour, Kearly Ashling went from pretending she lost her imagination to being kidnapped. Kearly’s kidnapper has her own plans, and they involve Rafe and the Rebels, the group who desperately wants to destroy the M.I.N.D. But before Kearly can figure out her kidnapper’s true intentions, she’s sucked into the imagined world of a mysterious rogue agent, a man with powers greater than anyone in the Ministry—except his half-brother, Thellius. The man can’t be controlled, can’t be located, and he only wants one thing: Kearly.


First published December 26, 2014

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Rebecca A. Rogers

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Rebecca expressed her creative side at an early age and hasn't stopped since. She won't hesitate to tell you that she lives inside her imagination, and it's better than reality.

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January 7, 2015
This book is more of the worst parts of book 1. The only rationale given for destroying the Dreamers is that they're pests and that they could have powers that the Realists don't know about. Could, not do. To sum up this book, there's a training montage or two, and Luke I am your father and the villain escapes as you do, leaving everything up in the air yet again.

I found this book more disappointing than the first because the first at least had worlds of imagination in it, while this one has shielded hideouts of imagination -- much less fun. Also, they seem to be relying on the heroine to save them, which is an incredibly ridiculous idea as not even she is sure what she's capable of.

Such a promising premise to this series and oh how it's ruined.

I received an electronic copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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