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Dream Weaver

(Roam #3)

4.38  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Ethan Roam has faced a lot of nightmarish challenges—finding out he's a sandman, falling in love with a man who once hunted him, and thwarting attacks from The Order of Azoth; a secret occult organization set on using his bloodline to conquer the universe by controlling immortality. And the battle is far from over.

To defeat The Order and its leader, Phantom, Ethan must fir
Published April 27th 2020 by NineStar Press
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Roger Hyttinen
May 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Dream Weaver is the third and final book in the Roam series, and boy oh boy, what a finale!  I can't say too much without giving anything away; I'll just say that in this book, our hero Ethan Roam faces some formidable foes as he searches for the original Sandman in the hopes of defeating the leader (as well as some over-zealous minions) of the Order of Azoth.  We also see the introduction of some new characters as well as the beloved return of old favorites. 

Dream Weaver is pulsating, action-pa
Alexis Nalley
Apr 27, 2020 rated it really liked it
“He’d learned each new dawn could be conquered by remembering he only had to make it through the night.”

This was an action-packed and wonderful ending to the series. Honestly, it was a wild ride. I’ve loved the world Dez Schwartz has created since I read ROAM and the world building just got better with each book. There’s so much detail- pay close attention to everything you read because I guarantee it will come into play later. Dream Weaver has a constant change in location, POV, and who you thi
Apr 26, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy, magic, mystery
I have some advice for anyone planning to read this book. First, read the other books in this series, otherwise you're not going to understand what's going on. Second,  don't allow your mind to wander, not even for a moment, or you risk losing some detail that will turn out to be important later in the story. Because there's so much information thrown at the reader in this one, like the explaining of the ins and outs of how Dream World or Sandman's orb work, the multiverse, the travel between di ...more
Joyfully Jay
May 22, 2020 rated it liked it
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A Joyfully Jay review.

3 stars

Dream Weaver is the third installment of Dez Schwartz’s Roam series. I am going to be brutally honest—I was pretty damn lost for the whole book. One of the biggest hurdles is that Schwartz seems to jump immediately into the plot. I didn’t feel like there was any recapping of the events in the previous books and no reminding the reader of who all the characters are. I knew Ethan, Grady, Mercury/Dacey, and a few others. But with the plot subdivided into three intertwi
Susan Anne
Apr 27, 2020 rated it really liked it
I received a copy of Dream Weaver by Dez Schwartz via IndiGo Marketing & Design in exchange for an honest review. This book concludes a series and the previous books are must-reads for this one to make sense. Even having read all the others, it was still a complex book. Since I enjoy the world the author created, it was worth the effort. Although I knew the main character Ethan would survive whatever was thrown at him, I did not expect at least one plot twist the author put him through. All the ...more
Jennifer Patino
Apr 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Terrific End to the Series!

"Dream Weaver" doesn't disappoint as the final book in the Roam series. Dez Schwartz succeeds once again with this installment by delivering fast paced action, beloved and unforgettable characters, and of course, lots of laugh out loud humor. I felt the romance wasn't as heavy in this book, but it didn't even matter, there was so much to the story and the adventure and it made you appreciate the cute bits that much more. This series is so imaginative and the interdimen
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Dez Schwartz writes Dreampunk, Paranormal, and LGBTQ Romance with heavy doses of humor and plenty of bewitching supernatural misadventures.

Dez earned a BFA in Studio Art and worked for ten years as a graphic designer and an executive assistant at a Fine Arts museum. She now writes full-time and resides in a haunted 1920s Texas home with her family and pirate crew of pets.

Pronouns: She/Her


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Roam (3 books)
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