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5 stars for Screamcatcher: Dream Chasers by Award-Winning @triceretops #yalit #uf #bookreview

Title: Screamcatcher: Dream Chasers

Author: Christy J. Breedlove

Genre: YA Urban Fantasy

Book Blurb:

Seventeen-year-old Jory Pike knows a thing or two about Indian lore from her half-blood Chippewa ancestry. She can trap, hunt and fish with the best of them. She has a team of three other teen friends called The Badlands Paranormal Society. Instead of bagging groceries or playing on I-pods, they think they can excel at banishing evil spirits. They hope to cleanse houses and earn fat paychecks for their services.

Dream catchers aren't just the chic hoops tourists buy at novelty shops--they work. And sometimes they clog up with nightmares until they collapse under their own evil weight, imploding and sending the dreamer into an alternate world. Jory uses her worst nightmare to enter the dream catcher world. She’s pulled her teammates in deliberately. Everything goes right on schedule, but they’ve bitten off more than they can chew. Now Jory and her friends are there, trapped between the people who have confessed their sins to the Great Spirit and are seeking a way out, and the monsters and evil spirits which are happy to keep them trapped in the web world forever.

They were once considered Seekers in the dream world. Now they’ve become vigilantes and call themselves Pathfinders. Is it spiritual enlightenment they’re after? Or have they now become fatally reckless?

My Review:

This book is nonstop action and not for the faint of heart! There hasn't been an incredible action story like this in years. This makes the best Bruce Willis Christmas-themed movies look like tea parties. Jory and her gang are back and taking on another wonky dream catcher.

This book would work really well as a stand-alone. If you haven't read the first book, this book will work for you in a fantastic way! As a second part of the series, it is nice to reconnect with favorite characters again. The author continues to provide terrific character development throughout the relentless action.

Honestly, if this book isn't made into a streamed movie or a streamed series, I will be surprised. This book has everything any fan of today's cinema will love. A continuous dynamo that keeps the reader on the edge of the seat.

My Rating: 5 stars

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Author Biography:

I’m Chris Stevenson, using the pen name Christy J. Breedlove for my YA fiction. I hail from Sylvania, Alabama. My early writing accomplishment were multiple hits within a few years: In my first year of writing back in 1987, I wrote three SF short stories that were accepted by major slick magazines which qualified me for the Science Fiction Writers of America, and at the same time achieved a Finalist award in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future Contest. This recognition garnered me a top gun SF agent at the time, Richard Curtis Associates. My first novel went to John Badham (Director) and the Producers, the Cohen Brothers. It was an extreme honor to be considered. The writer who beat me out of contention for a feature movie (as well as the book), was Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park. My book was called Dinothon.

A year after that I published two best-selling non-fiction books and landed on radio, TV, in every library in the U.S. and in hundreds of newspapers. This was at a time when small and mid-sized press paid nice advances and had unlimited distribution.

I have been trying to catch that lightning in a bottle ever since. My YA dystopian novel, The Girl They Sold to the Moon won the grand prize in a publisher's YA novel writing contest, went to a small auction and got tagged for a film option. My latest release, Screamcatcher: Web World, just currently won Best YA title of 2019. I received a 5-Star and badge in the Readers’ Favorite Awards contest. I have 17 titles appearing on Amazon. I guess I should stick to Young Adult, which I do love BTW.

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Reviewed by: Mr. N

1 Comment

Unknown member
Nov 06, 2020

Much thanks for that wonderful review, Mrs. N! So glad you're a fan of the books. I make no excuses, in intending this series to be action -packed beached reads--fast furious and dynamic.  In fact, Screamcatcher IS being pushed for book-to-movie consideration as we speak. Very strong visuals; a few A-list producer/directors have given me positive affirmation on the premise. So I know I'm going there, cautiously, slowly. The CGI and location shooting, however, will approach Avatar territory and that will hold it back from any of the smaller Independent film companies. I'd love Disney to snag this one! I'll proudly link your review to my best sources.

Blessed wishes,

Chris H. Stevenson (aka Christy J. Breedlove)

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