Dream On (Hardcover)

The Silver Trilogy

By Kerstin Gier, Anthea Bell (Translated by)

Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), 9781627790796, 336pp.

Publication Date: May 3, 2016

List Price: 17.99*
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Description

Things seem to be going well for Liv Silver: she's adjusting to her new home (and her new family) in London; she has a burgeoning romance with Henry Harper, one of the cutest boys in school; and the girl who's been turning her dreams into nightmares, Anabel, is now locked up. But serenity doesn't last for long.

It seems that Liv's troubles are far from over--in fact, suddenly they're piling up. School gossip blogger Secrecy knows all of Liv's most intimate secrets, Henry might be hiding something from her, and at night Liv senses a dark presence following her through the corridors of the dream world. Does someone have a score to settle with Liv?

Romance, adventure, and danger abound in Dream On, the second book in the Silver trilogy.



About the Author

Kerstin Gier is the bestselling author of the Ruby Red trilogy, as well as several popular novels for adults. She lives in Germany.


Praise For Dream On: The Silver Trilogy

Praise for Dream On:

"This volume does not disappoint.... due to the sheer enjoyment of this fantasy tale." —School Library Journal

Praise for Dream a Little Dream:

"Plot twists, dream make-out sessions, a touch of humor, and a scary culmination make for a thoroughly enjoyable read." —School Library Journal

"Teen romance readers will enjoy the clever writing and repartee between Liv and her love interest, Henry.... A smart twist at the end will make readers eager to see what the future holds for the pair and what new plot surprises will be conjured up in the planned trilogy." —Booklist

"Feisty Liv conveys the curiosity, humor and bewilderment of a contemporary schoolgirl navigating a strange dream world while coping with her first romantic crush." —Kirkus Reviews

"Gier has created a smart heroine who loves a good mystery and has her wits about her." —Publishers Weekly