Cat In The Flock

Cat in the Flock (Dreamslippers Book 1)

I read this book after I finished reading the second one, and I must say, I was not at all disappointed. 

The plot has a life of its own. In fact, both the books in Lisa's Dreamslipper series can be read in isolation. Hence, any reader who reads them separately will have no difficulty in understanding the plots. Like the second book, the story revolves around a theme which has relevance in every age and at every stage. There are hidden skeletons in almost every closet and nothing should be taken at face value.

The writing style is amazing; you cannot stop once you start reading. Lisa ensures that her descriptions are vivid but never over the top or out of place. The language is very simple. Yes, dreamslipping is a concept that many may have doubts about its very existence, however, as a student of psychology myself, I definitely think  it is possible to slip into other people's dreams. 

Cat is a lovable character, and this book truly brings out the hows and whys with  regards to her inclusion into her flock. She and her Granny are like the birds with same feathers who flock together!!! All the other characters help adding on to the suspense.

To sum up, this book has the drama, emotion, romance, suspense, thrill, mystery, tragedy and the like to hold your attention from start to finish. A definite must read.

P.S - I received a free copy in exchange of an honest opinion fromm  Legit Lit Book Tours. Thank you Jennifer. 

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