Series: The Last Thirteen

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Eight by James Phelan

Eight by James Phelan

July 11, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★

Another quick read from James Phelan, Eight slips back into the formulaic writing of the earlier instalments of the series. Sam's adventures are getting darker and the world is becoming more dangerous for Dreamers.

This book is mainly set in Cuba, with Sam tracking down and recruiting the next Dreamer, Maria. But it's not only about Sam (who's getting decidedly boring and tedious to read about)! We're also following Eva and Lora, who are being held hostage by Mac, and Alex, who is on his first Dreamer related solo adventure. I found it tremendously more exciting to be with those...

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Ten by James Phelan

Ten by James Phelan

May 14, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★

Ten focusses more on the dangers that beset the team rather than simply a quest to an exotic location to find a new dreamer and new piece of the machine.

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Eleven by James Phelan

Eleven by James Phelan

February 25, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★½

We continue our adventures with Sam and the rest of the Dreamers in Eleven, the third book in The Last Thirteen series. Sam is a Dreamer – he has true dreams and is prophesied to save the world from unimaginable horror with twelve other true dreamers, who are all 15-16…

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Twelve by James Phelan

Twelve by James Phelan

February 4, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★

Sam is one of the Last Thirteen – exceptionally talented Dreamers who are prophesied to save the world. Thirteen ended with Sam locked in battle with Solaris, who doesn’t want the prophesy to come about, and Twelve picks up at exactly the same moment. Whereas the earlier book was primarily…

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Thirteen by James Phelan

Thirteen by James Phelan

September 18, 2013 Reviews 0 ★★★

Thirteen is the first in what is going to be a thirteen-book series by James Phelan, that follows a group of teens who hold the future of the world in their hands. They’re called Dreamers – because they can prophesy the end of the world through their dreams. Thirteen is…

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