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Not only is Phobetor real, he’s about to destroy life on every world with sentient beings. You could say he’s becoming a bit of a problem. Unless I’m somehow the hero of an ancient prophecy—and let’s face it, I’m not—everyone I care about is in major trouble. My name is Bailey Spade, and this is how my story ends.


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Not only is Phobetor real, he’s about to destroy life on every world with sentient beings. You could say he’s becoming a bit of a problem. Unless I’m somehow the hero of an ancient prophecy—and let’s face it, I’m not—everyone I care about is in major trouble. My name is Bailey Spade, and this is how my story ends.

30 review for Dream Ender

  1. 5 out of 5

    Just Viki

    And somehow, here I am, both knowing and surprised I ended up here, pretty disappointed when I expected... more. I always felt some parts or elements that didn't mesh so well with my tastes but have been able to either ignore it or get over it. The problems came later on but it made me, at some point, realize I am actually... not enjoying the reading. (I'll try to avoid spoilers) Part of it was pace - it felt terribly hurried and shallow - "oh, an important person from my past, let's hug, shed a fe And somehow, here I am, both knowing and surprised I ended up here, pretty disappointed when I expected... more. I always felt some parts or elements that didn't mesh so well with my tastes but have been able to either ignore it or get over it. The problems came later on but it made me, at some point, realize I am actually... not enjoying the reading. (I'll try to avoid spoilers) Part of it was pace - it felt terribly hurried and shallow - "oh, an important person from my past, let's hug, shed a few tears and get back to action". While I am not sure what else could happen, the events still felt really accelerated, following closely and abruptly getting to the ending. She went to her mum, someone came, suddenly they had to travel and she met more important people from her life, baddies came like, super quickly so she had to, in a last, desperate, effort, save everyone. The end. The scale was also pretty jarring. Yes, fighting is hard and complicated and sometimes it feels like no one should bother trying to describe it because it will never be that good anyway. And don't let me start on a whole "war" because that is what kind of went on here... tried anyway. I kind of have this older game we liked playing as kids and it felt really complicated and sometimes even hard and I really liked it (Narnia, if you want to know) but after really getting into playing and games like Witcher 3, Control, Tom Raider (etc.) seeing that old beloved game? Akin to seeing some 1970 black and white shot and trying to compare it with some 4K pic. It really showed it certain scenes more than others - like the fighting in a war. There was a simple "horde" mode and basically, you had this island and you fought there and behind this island, there were enemies. Like, hordes. Like, they took and enemy, made some copy past and it looked like it too - a silly, absurd background photo that tried to look very intimidating. And this paragraph was supposed to illustrate the exact feeling I felt in this book as well - like they tried scaling some super serious, HUGE war with so many exciting players we knew and... it felt flat. On its ass. And got a cake in the face too. I tent to have a pretty humble (too humble sometimes) approach so when I know I simply am not able to get this idea on paper the way I want it to look, I rather stop trying. Writing is not tetris or pacman. Writing is an RPG game and that means you have a lot of ways to get to your goal. If a full scale war where you lose sight of any kind of focus and slowly lose interest as you try to pan all over the freaking battlefield and just kill every character so you don't have to mind them and focus on the final battle in truth? Why not just make that in the first place?? Speaking of killing, I felt the series is going (to be cliche) Rowling on our hides. Do you feel the times are so unstable someone just HAS to be killed to appease some justice or have a balance or be realistic?? And it wasn't even a Dumbledore kill, it fell like Sirius, a case of bad luck instead of something that was done as the deliberate and natural result and the culmination of all events. I sometimes say reviews for series are kind of useless after the first book, beside one piece of information: was it was good, better or worse than the first book? This review, I am afraid, would fall into the last category. Didn't connect - not sure how much I really recommend.

  2. 4 out of 5

    LexiLikesLiterature

    Dream Ender really wraps everything up in one of those fancy gift boxes. Overall it sticks with the humor and fast-paced story telling from the previous books. I'm loving the complexity of the world building in conjunction with the dreamworld building. Very well done. Also, a whole series with a brown-skinned, strong-willed, female lead is just what I needed for my Birthday Weekend read. #BrownGirlsReadFantasyToo The finale was like a Sampler Platter at your favorite restaurant. You get alittle Dream Ender really wraps everything up in one of those fancy gift boxes. Overall it sticks with the humor and fast-paced story telling from the previous books. I'm loving the complexity of the world building in conjunction with the dreamworld building. Very well done. Also, a whole series with a brown-skinned, strong-willed, female lead is just what I needed for my Birthday Weekend read. #BrownGirlsReadFantasyToo The finale was like a Sampler Platter at your favorite restaurant. You get alittle bit of everything. Now, I usually ask for extra fries instead of coleslaw. For this book, I would have substituted some of the family storylines for more background on the Villian. As it stands, he is the bad guy just because he is a bad guy. No real reason why. For me, it makes me unable to take the battle seriously. There is no way that a bad guy with no storyline is gonna do any real damage. The deaths in this one and the last book arent emotionally pulling. They work great for a cozy read but not so much for epic fantasies. But it's a battle and somebody has to die. I've labeled this a cozy read so I didnt expect any tearjerking moments. Once again, a perfect performance by narrator Emily Durante. P.S. This probably should have been spread out to a 5 book series. This one was crowded. I liked it, but a lot of stuff happened rather quickly.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Monadh

    Explosive finale This is the fourth and final installment in Dima Zales fast-paced Bailey Spade UF series. While Bailey, Valerian and their friends are still trying to work out how to combat the Overtaken and how to save the multitude of interconnected worlds from the threat of Phobetor, Nostradamus visits Bailey and Valerian and essentially councels them which paths not to take, since they would all lead to total annihilation. For good measure he throws in the prophecy about "two working as one" Explosive finale This is the fourth and final installment in Dima Zales fast-paced Bailey Spade UF series. While Bailey, Valerian and their friends are still trying to work out how to combat the Overtaken and how to save the multitude of interconnected worlds from the threat of Phobetor, Nostradamus visits Bailey and Valerian and essentially councels them which paths not to take, since they would all lead to total annihilation. For good measure he throws in the prophecy about "two working as one"…. Since his pronouncements are rather cryptic, they are less helpful than one might think from a world renowned seer. But the problem is that even by saying as little as he did, Nostradamus already took that might have already changed possible future outcomes. Finally, the friends determine that in order to have any chance at all they have to find Bailey’s homeworld, which has been hidden and is difficult to reach. As expected there are quite a few revelations in this final installment and the mystery of Bailey’s origins is unveiled. Only the prophecy doesn’t quite work out as expected. There are epic battles to be fought, some on the real plane, others in the dreamspace. Friends are killed and sacrifices are made before Phobetor is ultimately defeated. As in previous installments Dima Zales draws heavily on popular culture, so the battles reminded me of LOTR (Return of the King) in scope as well as the Matrix with their mixture of action on the real plane as well as in the illusionist realm, while the reading experience was also imbued with the 3D asthetic of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (I did wonder whether the male protagonist was a nod to the Christin/Mézières-Comic). I’ve only watched Besson’s movie adaptation, not read the comic, but even more than just a similarity in the MC’s name that element of spatio-temporal disruption seems a characteristic element in both works… I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jocelyne

    This is the fourth and last book in the Bailey Spade Series, an Urban Fantasy, and a spin-off of the Sasha Urban Series. You have to listen to this Series in order. Bailey's journey continues where the last book ended. Bailey and Valerian are fantastic characters. I loved to follow them in this epic and beautiful conclusion to the Series. The cast of supporting characters is impressive. The storyline is fascinating, action packed, entertaining, and filled with twists and turns, and a slow burn r This is the fourth and last book in the Bailey Spade Series, an Urban Fantasy, and a spin-off of the Sasha Urban Series. You have to listen to this Series in order. Bailey's journey continues where the last book ended. Bailey and Valerian are fantastic characters. I loved to follow them in this epic and beautiful conclusion to the Series. The cast of supporting characters is impressive. The storyline is fascinating, action packed, entertaining, and filled with twists and turns, and a slow burn romance. The author has a vivid imagination, and this series is well written, and captivating. Emily Durante is a fantastic narrator. She did an outstanding job with the narration. I enjoyed it. If you like Urban Fantasy, this series is for you!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Vicki

    Just like the entire series, this last book was well-written and action packed, culminating in the epic final battle everything has been building toward. I was very pleased to finally see one parallel universe in particular this go-around, and loved the creativity of that world immensely. I was also happy to have all of the questions about Bailey's past and family answered, with no loose threads left behind. I remain very intrigued by side character Rowan, and would love to see her have her own Just like the entire series, this last book was well-written and action packed, culminating in the epic final battle everything has been building toward. I was very pleased to finally see one parallel universe in particular this go-around, and loved the creativity of that world immensely. I was also happy to have all of the questions about Bailey's past and family answered, with no loose threads left behind. I remain very intrigued by side character Rowan, and would love to see her have her own series in the future, in no small part because I don't want to say goodbye to the highly interesting world of the Cognizants, which seems to have endless possibilities. Definitely recommend this easy-to-read, adventurous series (as well as the Sasha Urban series, if you haven't read that one yet). 3.75 Stars

  6. 5 out of 5

    D K

    AMAZING FINALE!!! 5+ Stars***** This is the fourth and final book of the new series Bailey Spade (Dream Ender) by Dima Zales and Anna Zaires . This last book of the series, hits all the right spots! It gives a very satisfying closure to all the unanswered questions, and just like the previous books of the series, it is filled with many surprising twists, lots of action, adventure, and oh yummy...romance.  Bailey and Valerian finally reach their birthplace of Soma. There, Bailey gets her most desi AMAZING FINALE!!! 5+ Stars***** This is the fourth and final book of the new series Bailey Spade (Dream Ender) by Dima Zales and Anna Zaires . This last book of the series, hits all the right spots! It gives a very satisfying closure to all the unanswered questions, and just like the previous books of the series, it is filled with many surprising twists, lots of action, adventure, and oh yummy...romance.  Bailey and Valerian finally reach their birthplace of Soma. There, Bailey gets her most desired wish, and meets her long lost family. From that point on, it is a crazy race to the end that will leave you longing after this book way after you have finished reading it. The final battle against the God of Nightmares, Phobetor, is EPIC... AMAZING fantasy book, even more amazing  and memorable characters and simply put, a MUST READ Series!!! This is a spin-off of the Urban Fantasy Series "Sasha Urban", and even though it can be read as a standalone, I do recommend you read the Sasha Urban Series, as it can enrich your reading experience of this new series. Highly Recommended :-)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Maria Passia

    Bailey Spade has finally learned the truth about her past, but instead of finding peace she is forced to face the ultimate challenge! Phobetor, the god of nightmares, is real and he plans to destroy all the worlds with sentient beings. Could Bailey be the one to fulfill an ancient prophecy and eliminate Phobetor and his army, or is she about to lose everyone she loves? Happiness is finally within her grasp and she will need all her powers and the help of her devoted friends and allies to save th Bailey Spade has finally learned the truth about her past, but instead of finding peace she is forced to face the ultimate challenge! Phobetor, the god of nightmares, is real and he plans to destroy all the worlds with sentient beings. Could Bailey be the one to fulfill an ancient prophecy and eliminate Phobetor and his army, or is she about to lose everyone she loves? Happiness is finally within her grasp and she will need all her powers and the help of her devoted friends and allies to save the world. Dream Ender is action-packed with spectacular battles, and Bailey is a valiant and ingenious heroine! She evolves into an independent and confident woman as she learns how to control and use her powers. She comes to understand that our fears are just illusions, and friendship, family and love are the only real values!

  8. 5 out of 5

    John Loyd

    Bailey Spade #4. The first three books have lead up to a confrontation with the god of nightmares. At the end of book three Bailey unlocked Valerian's sealed memories, giving us a prophetic clue from Nostradamus and the pointing us at how this is going to unfold. Bailey can't use her new found power to put her mother into REM sleep, maybe Maxwell, that other dreamwalker, can do it. Now that he doesn't have a mask she recognizes him from someone else's memories. This leads her back to Soma, if she Bailey Spade #4. The first three books have lead up to a confrontation with the god of nightmares. At the end of book three Bailey unlocked Valerian's sealed memories, giving us a prophetic clue from Nostradamus and the pointing us at how this is going to unfold. Bailey can't use her new found power to put her mother into REM sleep, maybe Maxwell, that other dreamwalker, can do it. Now that he doesn't have a mask she recognizes him from someone else's memories. This leads her back to Soma, if she can get past the Overtaken. It's a planet of dreamwalkers and illusionists, where she may get some pointers on how to use her powers and hopefully make the winning prophecy come true. Fast fun read. Lots of action, battles in both the real and dream worlds. Clever satisfying twist in the resolution. 4.7 stars for this book, 5.0 for the series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Geff Ratcheson

    I Hope This Isn't The Last Story Of The Cognizant Nice Finale to Dream Walker, with a surprise that I should have seen coming, but I didn't (no spoilers here!) Great series! I like this universe & the recurring characters. I hope Mr Zales does another series set here. While a "YA" series, there's plenty here for older adults too. And the bad guys aren't too scary for younger than YA, & the sex is limited to an occasional kiss, so, imo it's appropriate for Tweens. There's both action & character dev I Hope This Isn't The Last Story Of The Cognizant Nice Finale to Dream Walker, with a surprise that I should have seen coming, but I didn't (no spoilers here!) Great series! I like this universe & the recurring characters. I hope Mr Zales does another series set here. While a "YA" series, there's plenty here for older adults too. And the bad guys aren't too scary for younger than YA, & the sex is limited to an occasional kiss, so, imo it's appropriate for Tweens. There's both action & character development. Entertaining & fast read. I do suggest reading the entire series, rather than starting here. Hopefully more to come! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Misty

    This was a decent conclusion to the Bailey Spade series. The pacing was consistent with the other books. The new characters that we meet are interesting. The twists were good. My main issue is that the combat in the final battle was too busy. There was so much going on for so many pages that it was hard to keep track of what was going on. I found myself just skimming parts of the battle scene. I also feel like the ending was missing something. I can't explain that part without possible spoilers. This was a decent conclusion to the Bailey Spade series. The pacing was consistent with the other books. The new characters that we meet are interesting. The twists were good. My main issue is that the combat in the final battle was too busy. There was so much going on for so many pages that it was hard to keep track of what was going on. I found myself just skimming parts of the battle scene. I also feel like the ending was missing something. I can't explain that part without possible spoilers. Other than that, it was definitely an enjoyable read. I am voluntarily reviewing this book, gifted to me by the author with no obligation.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Mrs Susan Dickson

    In this final book of the Baley Spade series we see her fighting a god, trying to wake her mother from a coma and meeting some long lost family. The pandemic is still raging and everything is getting far more critical. In with the bad though we see a lot of good, the romance with Valerian continues and we meet lots of new family, who help her hone her skills and prepare for the fight of her life. Full of action adventure we see the end to this great series I received a free copy of this book via B In this final book of the Baley Spade series we see her fighting a god, trying to wake her mother from a coma and meeting some long lost family. The pandemic is still raging and everything is getting far more critical. In with the bad though we see a lot of good, the romance with Valerian continues and we meet lots of new family, who help her hone her skills and prepare for the fight of her life. Full of action adventure we see the end to this great series I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    This is the 4th and last installment of Bailey’s story. I have thoroughly enjoyed this series and love how fast Mr. Zales is able to get out the next installment so you are not left hanging too long. This final book though...... this is the reason I enjoy his novels so much. Mr. Zales is a brilliant writer when it comes to the battles. It’s a beautiful mix of futuristic fantasy and classic good vs evil twist. I can’t believe this story is now cloncluded but so many questions are answered. I trul This is the 4th and last installment of Bailey’s story. I have thoroughly enjoyed this series and love how fast Mr. Zales is able to get out the next installment so you are not left hanging too long. This final book though...... this is the reason I enjoy his novels so much. Mr. Zales is a brilliant writer when it comes to the battles. It’s a beautiful mix of futuristic fantasy and classic good vs evil twist. I can’t believe this story is now cloncluded but so many questions are answered. I truly hope we’re are invited to this world for another adventure.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Cassie Hilton-parker

    Such a fun and enjoyable ride! You have your ups and downs throughout this book. We get to see a great conclusion after bouncing from planet to planet. Battling Collywobbles and all his minions. Loved this book as much as the previous installments. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    I really enjoyed this final book in the Dreamwalker series. It held a few more surprises than the third book unexpected surprises. Dima certainly has a vivid imagination because this series is different from most other supernatural books. Looking forward to reading more of Dima's books. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I really enjoyed this final book in the Dreamwalker series. It held a few more surprises than the third book unexpected surprises. Dima certainly has a vivid imagination because this series is different from most other supernatural books. Looking forward to reading more of Dima's books. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    This was a fabulously engrossing, enthralling end to Bailey's story. I love the entire world this series is set within and I loved this series. It's a imaginative, action packed, well written, engaging and easy to read book. This was a fabulously engrossing, enthralling end to Bailey's story. I love the entire world this series is set within and I loved this series. It's a imaginative, action packed, well written, engaging and easy to read book.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Martyn Kemp

    Too much violence that became boring! I began skipping pages when the battles went on and on and on and on and on - you get the idea.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sunell

  18. 5 out of 5

    eris23

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

  20. 4 out of 5

    sarah gleason

  21. 4 out of 5

    Denieal

  22. 4 out of 5

    Mary Lamb

  23. 4 out of 5

    John Prichard

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ken Liljengren

  25. 4 out of 5

    Denise

  26. 4 out of 5

    Becca

  27. 4 out of 5

    Fayolah Slooten

  28. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Tupper

  29. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Young

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlin

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