Friday, June 08, 2012

Sponsored review: Reswyt by David Mayer

Reswyt (Dreamline)Title: Reswyt
Author:  David Mayer
Genre: Paranormal Young Adult.
Part of a series: Yes, Dreamline
Length: 357 Pages.
Release Date: 28 September 2011
Link to buy: Reswyt (Dreamline)
Facebook page:  Reswyt page

In this spellbinding new paranormal fantasy novel, Sabine Jahn has more than an average teen's share of problems. She’s been forced to leave behind everything she knew growing up in Oregon to start high school as a transfer student in California. She’s lost her father to an automobile accident, and her grandfather, preeminent Egyptologist Daniel Jahn, has mysteriously disappeared. She hasn’t slept in months, and no one can tell her why. And now, as she sits in detention for dozing off in class again, she finds herself drifting from her Cameron High detention hall to a vast, eerie forest where immense astral wolves roam past her.

Sabine has discovered a way to enter a realm where dreaming minds appear nightly as noble hawks, fierce wolves, and stalwart bears. She learns that the wild, beautiful world she has found is slowly becoming corrupted by the acts of a dead mind trapped within it. Now, the fate of that realm – and our own world – rests in the hands of Sabine, a long-dead French soldier, an Egyptian god, and a mysterious, profoundly gifted boy trapped between worlds.

My review

Not only is this book a little different from other Young Adult books it is also different from most books, full stop. The difference being it is using a Parthenon that is rarely used, Egyptian. This give the whole book a slightly different feel plus we also get the whole gambit of shifters and others that draw us into this story and make it a page turner that we will come back to time and time again.
This story will stay with you long after you have turned the last page and may even haunt your dreams for some time to come.

The story is complex without being complicated and the characters are well developed so we feel connected to them. There is also an eerie quality to this book that will keep fans of the unknown hooked and running out to buy any books that come after it. The ethereal quality to this book is what makes it such a good read and what makes it a book young adults and those of us who are a little older can enjoy and fall in love with. This author has managed to weave a story that will capture the hearts of all those that read it. Don't believe me?? You will when you read it!!

My Rating:


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**This is a sponsored review and I will receive a small fee for posting this but the opinions are my own**


  1. Great review! The book sounds very interesting. I need to check it out :)

  2. This sounds great!!! Glad I saw your post, I will be adding it to my wishlist!

    Emma Michaels

  3. Sounds good. You did a great job describing it.

  4. I am going to add this to my summer reading list.  Thanks for the review.

  5. Great Review! This sounds like a very interesting book. May have to add to the summer list, which is getting quite long at this Thanks for sharing!


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