Tyler Ford is pretty much your average 13-year-old boy. He’s neither popular nor unpopular, he likes video games and his family vacations tend to be predictable. This summer at the Lone Wolf Lodge in Michigan is no exception, until he meets the mysterious Eena. She changes everything, and after strange, supernatural things start to happen, Tyler realizes she hasn’t been as truthful as he had thought.
I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to teens age 10-14. It’s a great book for guys, as well as a page-turner. It has everything: romance, adventure and mystery. Waking the Dreamer is the first book of Andy Kaiser’s “Transhuman” series, and I would be interested in reading the other books to find out what happens!
Kaiser’s book is part of the Local Indie @ KDL collection, housed at the Cascade Township and Kentwood (Richard L. Root) branches. It was created to give independent authors, filmmakers and musicians the opportunity to be added to our shelves and to be featured by staff in order to increase viewers, readers and listeners.
Reviewed by Veronica at the Cascade Township Branch
Posted by: Craig