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Dream Storm

(Remnants #11)

3.65  ·  Rating details ·  322 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Be careful what you wish for.

After what seemed like a lifetime of waiting, the Remnants are back on Earth---for better or worse. Yago has taken control of Mother and stranded the Remnants along with their ruthless enemies the Riders and Meanies to keep them company. Meanwhile, Jobs discovers that Earth has some ‘remnants’ of its own humans who don’t know any world other
Paperback, 146 pages
Published March 1st 2003 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Aug 04, 2016 rated it liked it
And now this series enters its third phase, in which the premise & setting & conflict is entirely, utterly overturned and it basically morphs into a different series. I can't really decide if this is a good thing (keeping things fresh and unexpected and exciting!) or if it's just jarring, giving the literary equivalent of whiplash as you're suddenly fed a premise that is so vastly different from what you originally signed up for. N.b.: There are general spoilers in this review for the ...more
Clearly Billy on the cover, and I guess that is a mix of the weird storm that picks up towards the second half of the book, the mix of real storm and dream/nightmare storm?

An improvement over the last book, as now not only do we have a new game board available, but it has a dungeon level, complete with its own survivors to add more spice (and characters) back into play. Though it is still just providing more set up, it did have a bit of a climax-esque scene in the appropriate place which really
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Jan 09, 2017 rated it did not like it
I really should have stopped reading this series early on. The first book was outstanding, the next couple were pretty good, but it quickly went downhill from there and never recovered.

Talking about anything in the later books would spoil the earlier ones, so I'm going to put everything plot-ish behind a cut: ( Collapse )

In the first book, the Earth is destroyed. Literally. An asteroid hits it, the planet is broken up into pieces. Humanity sends off a ship full of a dozen or so people
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Aug 13, 2014 rated it liked it
The Mayflower survivors are back on Earth--marooned by Yago--and some of them encounter a group of humans on the planet--descendents of those who survived the horrible asteroid 500 years ago. Jobs and co meet Echo and some other "Alphas," whose fights with the other survivors--the Marauders--threaten their survival just as much as the inhospitable landscape. And it's not just weather disasters, lack of water, and inability to grow enough food, but also the dream storm. . . .

The idea of a dream
Mar 28, 2008 rated it really liked it
Yet another great chapter in the life of the Remnants. The Remnants have been abandoned by Yago on a hostile and sterile Earth. With no food or water and little hope of survival they explore their new world. When Edward discovers humans descending underground the Remnants decide to follow to get away from a very strange Dream Storm. They soon discover that life has indeed survived on Earth over the last 500 years. But exactly what kind of life and can they learn to survive as well?

Some more bizarre horrific scifi along the same themes as the rest of the Remnants series. An odd mixture of preteen scifi and blatant disturbing content. Seriously, I wouldn't hand this series to a kid.

I like Jobs, and I like Mo'Steel, and I like Billy. Noyze is pretty cool too. Echo seems cool. A lot of it is cool. It also holds a special place in my heart because I read the series as a kid (and somehow am not scarred).
Aug 20, 2008 rated it liked it
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May 31, 2014 rated it did not like it
So, I didn't read any of the other books except the 11th one in the series... I know, it's so stupid. It was good but I didn't understand some of it. (Guess why?) I tried reading the first book but I got distracted... :P
Oct 16, 2009 rated it liked it
Ooh, things are getting exciting. People alive on Earth. I expected no less of you, KA.
Feb 20, 2014 rated it really liked it
I can't believe that Yago would do that! I mean, he's bad but, not like that! It's cool how they found other people, though.
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Katherine Applegate is the author of The One and Only Ivan, winner of the 2013 Newbery Medal. Her novel Crenshaw spent over twenty weeks on the New York Times children's bestseller list, and her first middle-grade stand-alone novel, the award-winning Home of the Brave, continues to be included on state reading lists, summer reading lists, and class reading lists.

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  • Destination Unknown (Remnants, #2)
  • Them (Remnants, #3)
  • Nowhere Land (Remnants, #4)
  • Mutation (Remnants, #5)
  • Breakdown (Remnants, #6)
  • Isolation (Remnants, #7)
  • Mother, May I? (Remnants, #8)
  • No Place Like Home (Remnants, #9)
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