In Dreamland, everything is really two things: what you see and what you want to see. And it can be hard to tell the difference …
In his sleep, Louie starts visiting an alternate reality where he meets his father, who died when Louie was still a baby. At first, it seems like a wonderful opportunity for Louie to finally get to know his dad, but nothing turns out to be what it seems, and great horrors loom very close by …
Welcome to Dreamland
This book was a nice little ghost story. I enjoyed the concept of it and the story moved at a good pace.
The idea of the horrors taking place in your dreams and sucking you in with false illusions before trapping you there made for an interesting story.
It tackles dealing with loss, grief and fear well whilst having an eerie concept alongside it. The characters were well thought out and all have a good connection to eachother.
The book was just the right length and any longer and I would have lost interest. Maybe a little bit more action and it would have been better, but I did still enjoy it.
Overall, I enjoyed reading it and would recommend it. It was a nice quick read.
My rating: 4/5*