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When Janie taps into a classmate's violent nightmares, the case finally breaks open -- but nothing goes as planned.

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Not even close. Janie's in way over her head, and Cabe's shocking behavior has grave consequences for them both.

Worse yet, Janie learns the truth about herself and her ability -- and it's bleak. Seriously, brutally bleak. Not only is her fate as a dream catcher sealed, but what's to come is way darker than she'd feared Simon Pulse Kindle Book Release date: ATOS Level: Simon Pulse. Kindle Book Release date: February 10, Availability can change throughout the month based on the library's budget. You can still place a hold on the title, and your hold will be automatically filled as soon as the title is available again.

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Everything goes black. She grips her head, cursing her mother under her breath as the whirling kaleidoscope of colors builds and throws her off balance.

She bumps against the wall and holds on, and then slowly lowers herself blindly to the floor as her fingers go numb. The last thing she needs is to crack her head open. She's too tired to fight it right now. Too tired to pull herself out of it. Plants her cheek on the cold tile floor. Gathers her strength so she can try later, in case the dream doesn't end quickly. It's the same old dream Janie's mother always has.

The one where a much younger, much happier mother flies through a psychedelic tunnel of flashing, spinning, colored lights, holding hands with the hippie who looks like Jesus Christ.

Their sunglasses reflect the dizzying stripes, making it even harder for Janie to stop the vertigo. This dream always makes Janie sick to her stomach. What's her stupid mother doing sleeping in the living room, anyway?

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But Janie is curious. She tries to focus. She peers at the man in the dream as she floats alongside the oblivious pair. Janie's mother could see Janie, if only she looked. But she never does. The man can't see her, of course. It's not his dream. Janie wishes she could get him to take off his sunglasses.

Not only is her fate as a dream catcher sealed, but what's to come is way darker than she'd feared Editorial Reviews Janie and Cabel have a dangerous new assignment. At their high school, rumors are rampant that teachers are using date-rape drugs on students. Called in to investigate, the pair tap into the nightmares of a troubled female classmate.

Alarmed by what they discover, they decide to probe deeper, using Janie as bait. This extreme strategy endangers Janie, but as they soon discover, that's only the half of it….

Janie sprints through the snowy yards from two streets away and slips quietly through the front door of her house. And then. Everything goes black.

She grips her head, cursing her mother under her breath as the whirling kaleidoscope of colors builds and throws her off balance. She bumps against the wall and holds on, and then slowly lowers herself blindly to the floor as her fingers go numb.

The last thing she needs is to crack her head open. She's too tired to fight it right now. Too tired to pull herself out of it.

Plants her cheek on the cold tile floor. Gathers her strength so she can try later, in case the dream doesn't end quickly.

It's the same old dream Janie's mother always has. The one where a much younger, much happier mother flies through a psychedelic tunnel of flashing, spinning, colored lights, holding hands with the hippie who looks like Jesus Christ.

Their sunglasses reflect the dizzying stripes, making it even harder for Janie to stop the vertigo. This dream always makes Janie sick to her stomach. What's her stupid mother doing sleeping in the living room, anyway?

But Janie is curious. She tries to focus. She peers at the man in the dream as she floats alongside the oblivious pair.Took his breath away for a minute.

And then. Talk to your lawyer about recording him first. It's not his dream.

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He saw her tense up as the three approached. But he could hardly stand to watch her walk barefoot. But she never does.

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