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While eighteen-year-old Janie ponders her future with Cabe, knowing that her being a dream-catcher means eventual blindness and crippling, she encounters her past as the father she never knew is hospitalized with brain trauma and seems to need her help.
Publisher: New York : Simon Pulse, 2010.
Edition: 1st Simon Pulse hardcover ed.
ISBN: 9781416979180
Branch Call Number: MCM
Characteristics: 214 p.


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foreverbibliophile Aug 21, 2012

That was the best ending ever- anything else would have been too fairy-tale and happily ever after. It was a completely believable ending to an amazingly sad and inspiring stroy. I fould myself completely falling in love with the protagonist. Epic!

Jun 12, 2012

This was an amazing book. I wish the ending had been a little bit more exiting though

Apr 19, 2012

This book was also as good as the first 2. There was only one plot in this story which made it slow at times. A quick read, took me about 2 and a half hours.

iratom22 Jan 31, 2012

It just went on, and on, and on, and on.... I'm tired :(

Jan 24, 2012

I could not wait to finish this book. I am very tired of these characters and the writing style. I enjoyed the other books more, but in this book, I was not that interested in the outcome

Feb 25, 2011

Enjoyed the third book, wish the ending had been a bit better explained but overall a good endng for the series.

Aug 14, 2010

I think that Lisa McMann ended her trilogy perfectly with this book. Janie finally makes her decision, and the whole trilogy concludes quite nicely. It's clear that there will be no more books. And yet, McMann left a lot to the reader's imagination. Because Janie's story isn't over. The parts we get to read about are through, but Janie still has a long life to live. The last sentence of the book shows that perfectly, and I hope that you'll agree.

The trilogy on a whole was great. The books are short and quick reads, but they are still deep and meaningful. Sometimes they're even scary. This one in particular has some frightening and gruesome scenes. Fade is still my favourite book in the series; the best by far.

One thing I just want to say I love were the random Canadian references. Like Saskatchewan and loonies. I don't know. They just made me smile.

Fans of the series will not be disappointed with this ending.

Jul 22, 2010

im gunna start his book soo i hope its good :)

Apr 11, 2010

Good series. Loved the first and second books, they were very adventurous and suspenseful. Gone was more settled and had more to deal with the decision for the rest of Janie's life rather than adventures she goes through like the first couple books.

Feb 28, 2010

This is a great book in the tirilogy. Unlike the other two books, this book does not have as much suspense or adventure. It's more about the family, and the mystery and unravelling behind it.

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Feb 25, 2011

Janie receives a phone call that her mother is in the hospital. Once there, she discovers it is not her mother that needs help, but a mysterious man in a coma who seems to be calling to her from his dreams.

By her side is her boyfriend, Cabel, who tries to help her as much as he can. When he starts to have terrifying dreams, Janie becomes torn between the love she has for him and what she feels is right to make him happy.

Janie is learning more and more about herself and what a Dream Catcher's life entails. The last book is a conclusion of her final decision of her life ahead, what she needs for herself, and what she wants it to be for her and Cabel.


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Feb 25, 2011

Sexual Content: This title contains Sexual Content.


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Feb 25, 2011

She knows one thing, deep down, Knows it hard, and good, He's the only guy she'll ever tell.
-Janie about her secert to Cabe

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