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Christine would never have considered herself new recruit material for a secret U.S. agency. Until recently, she's just been an ordinary girl graduating from high school and wondering if a friendship with Gabriel, a mysterious coworker, would grow into something romantic. When Christine's fascination with Gabriel leads to her discovery of dreamworlds, she learns that she's ...more
Paperback, 494 pages
Published June 30th 2017 by S. J. Lomas (first published June 15th 2017)
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Giselle
Feb 09, 2018 marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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Aug 17, 2017 rated it liked it
Dream Frequency byS.J. Lomas Genre: YA Release Date: June 2017
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Christine would never have considered herself new recruit material for a secret U.S. agency. Until recently, she's just been an ordinary girl graduating from high school and wondering if a friendship with Gabriel, a mysterious coworker, would grow into something romantic. When Christine's fascination with Gabriel leads to her discovery of dreamworlds, she learns that she's anything but ordinary. In this
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Gayle Noble
I received a free ebook from the author and I am voluntarily giving my honest review.

This book picks up about 9 months after the first book ended. Christine is deciding whether to join the dream agency to train as an agent, whilst Gabriel is just about to graduate in double quick time.

You can definitely see how the author has developed as a writer when you compare this book with Dream Girl. There is a big improvement with regards to character development, and the plot was well-planned, with
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J.E. Klimov
May 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
When I finished reading "Dream Girl", I didn't hesitate to purchase "Dream Frequency"...although I've been procrastinating on my TBR list.

Thankfully, this "sequel" did not disappoint. I also like to point out that there aren't many series that are set up as a duology, but the way to plot unfolds feels appropriate. In the first book, we learn about two key characters, Christine and Gabriel. It focused on learning about the dreamworld and how their two lives intertwine. It had a satisfactory
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Lenni Jones
May 06, 2018 rated it liked it
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Review copy provided by Xpresso Book Tours.

The first thing you should know is that this book is the second book in a series. I didn’t realize that until AFTER I started, and I really didn’t mind that much. I could still follow the whole story, but I might’ve liked the first book from the sound of it. Also, I just wanted to say that this book reminded me of the Shadow Ravens series by Aileen Erin and Lola Dodge. If you like those books you might like this and vice versa.

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Jan Maple
Aug 26, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I read this as a standalone book, not having read Dream Girl. That was fine as the book hooked me into Christine's world straight away and weaved in just enough backstory that I knew what was going on without resorting to lengthy info-dumps.

I thought this was a well-written book with well-developed, believable characters who you root for and good pacing and plotting that kept you turning the pages as the characters battled corruption and danger in the intriguing United States Agency of
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Emmyjo
May 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This book is so imaginative and I loved every minute of it. I however didn't read the first book to this. I actually didn't realize it was book 2. But it was so easy to figure everything out. This book is told from two p.o.v.'s Gabriel and Christine. Both are pulled into this whole other side of the government type of stuff. Like area 51 and Stuff like that, that is hidden from us. But this is with dreams. They are able to get into our dreams and alter things. The agency is suppose to use this ...more
Shannon Condon
Sep 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Dream Frequency is the sequel to Dream Girl but it has no trouble standing alone. Author Lomas deftly weaves in details from the first book so the reader feels up to speed without being given a huge information dump. The premise is fascinating: entering someone else’s dreams to prevent imminent harm. The story is told from the point of view of the two main characters, Christine and Gabriel. They are compelling in their own ways. I was also impressed with the well drawn supporting characters. ...more
Derek R.
Sep 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
So good it feels like a futuristic non fiction

This is a very difficult book to put down frankly.

It's the first book I've enjoyed reading in a long time that gives a great perspectives of various events from two of the main characters in the first person. The interwoven relationships of all of the characters, those we meet initially and those who emerge during the journey we share, are well thought out and developed.

The narrative detail is well defined and yet leaves enough space for the
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Renée Massarello
Jan 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Fantastic! I loved the sequel even more than the first book. The story moved at an exciting pace with details and unanswered questions from Dream Girl being uncovered. I also really enjoyed seeing the growth of Christine and Gabriel's characters in this book and the introduction of some really fun characters! A great book to curl up with over the holidays if you haven't had the pleasure of reading already!
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S.J. is a cheerful Michigan girl who writes strange and somewhat dark stories for young adults and those who love to read YA literature.