Dream Angel #4 winds things down a little, but not for long:
Dream Angel tries to take a day off and just be a normal girl. As Arora and her best friend Ellie are relaxing in the local mall enjoying a little peace, they actually encounter a normal problem: a former classmate and school bully doing what she does best: bully the smaller and weaker. The two break that up and go to have lunch. While enjoying their lunch, they discuss their mutual secrets only to be interrupted by a most unwelcome voice…
Mile-a-minute excitement just waiting to be enjoyed! Immersive, fascinating, interesting, fun, witty, delightful. There are dozens of ways to describe these books and their full-color digitally rendered pages.
This is a series designed for all ages, so you won’t find blood, extreme violence, sex or swearing in it. Yes, there is some fighting, but nothing over-the-top violent. You won’t find fighting for the sake of fighting, either. There’s fighting, yes, but there’s a reason behind it and usually a few jokes to counter it and make it more fun and enjoyable.
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So, sit back, relax and enjoy the charm of the series. As you read the books to follow, you’ll find a few changes artistically, but still the same delightful and fun characters through it all.
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