Possible Rock Fiction Coveting: Rock Star by Su Williams

Posted: November 25, 2014 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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Susan sent this one over, saying she’s not so sure about it. I don’t see why.

Yeah, okay, it’s the second in a series. Maybe that’s her problem. And the series, about Dream Weavers, isn’t Rock Fiction-focused. If anything, the concept of the series, near as I can figure, reminds me of that TV show, Dollhouse.  No, not the creepy part. The part where the clients were given people who could help them live out a dream.

So in this second book in a series, the character gets to live out her fantasy as a rock star.

Susan says she sees red flags. It’s fantasy. Means the details won’t be right.

I think she’s a cynic (that’s why I’m starting to take over this joint. Noticed?).

The bigger question is if this really is Rock Fiction. Here’s the description:

Emari Sweet’s story continues in this second book in the Dream Weaver Novels Series.

Friendship, like the immortality of the soul, is too good to be believed.
~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Have you ever dreamed of being a rock star? Emari Sweet has…and now she’s living the dream…the life of a rock star in an elaborate memory weave constructed by Dream Weaver, Sabre James. But her rock star world crashes around her and she returns to reality and the memories of Nick and his betrayal. Now, Nick seems to be hiding something dark and painful that torments his soul.

Thomas, the Nightmare Wraith, returns to haunt their minds and twist their dreams. Even Eddyson, Em’s trusty teddy-beagle pup can sense the Wraith’s presence. But Thomas is not alone. He’s brought a friend with him this time….Emari faces her own mortality at the hands of Sabre’s longtime nemesis bent on vengeance for the death of his beloved sister.

Immortality and magic unearth treasures and secrets that some would rather keep buried. And the biggest secret of all could destroy everything.

A lot can happen to a girl in a year. She can survive, and wonder why. She can lose her innocence, and find her way. She can fall in love, and be afraid. And on a cold, dark night, at the hands of friend—she can die.

So… yeah. Could be. Could not be. Only one way to find out.

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