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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
The Dream Virgin: A Ventures Nest Thriller by Don Quine is the story of 17-year-old Elfri Fleming, who is using her art to teach young children lucid dreaming. This is the story of a young girl who is fighting powers that might be too much for her ... or is she just the person to tackle this monster and bring an end to it? Elfri wrote her first comic book when she had a bad dream and she turned that into a fighting mechanism that speaks to other teens and children around her. However, multiple issues into her Dream Zoo series, she suddenly stops.
For some reason, Elfri is no longer writing her Dream Zoo series and is secretly writing a new one. She has not shared it with anyone. Something has happened or someone has stopped her from publishing more comics. What is the truth? When she finally feels some excitement, the summer of her dreams is destroyed when a murderous maniac breaks out of prison and is out on a killing spree. For some reason, that killer is fixated on her friend and wants him back in his clutches. What can a teenager do to save her friend? Does she have it in her to be a hero?
From the cover of the novel to the actual story, everything was perfectly crafted. Each scene, each dialogue and every character have been crafted so well that they all seemed a little too real to me. The suspense was killing and isn’t that amazing? I was on pins and needles to know what had happened, why did Elfri hide her new series, what made Oliver take this decision and so much more. I hope there is another novel on the way because this one didn’t answer many of my questions and I really want answers! Brilliant!