Lucid_med1(1)Lucid by Natalie Roers
Genre: Teen Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
Price: $3.99
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Heavily based on the intriguing and relatable real world phenomenon of lucid dreaming (the ability to control ones’ dreams), Roers’ debut novel tells the anything but ordinary, coming of age story of a small town, teen aged, misfit named Travis Hunter.


Disfigured at birth and ostracized at school, Travis dreams of acceptance and secretly yearns for the affection of a beautiful young woman named Corrine. When a mysterious doctor promises to help Travis through something called lucid dreaming, Travis suddenly finds himself ushered into a secret society called “The Lucid,” a collection of social outcasts like himself who have created their own world inside of dreams.


When Travis discovers he has the ability to transport Corrine into these dreams, he gets more than he ever bargained, soon discovering the secrets of love and life in a fantastic, unconscious world.


An instant classic, Lucid is a timeless story of self-acceptance with a fresh paranormal twist.


What they’re saying:


Not only a fun read, but fifty percent of the author’s proceeds are being donated to anti-bullying organizations! Enjoy a fun book at a discounted price and help people at the same time- what could be better than that? Download today!


Publisher’s Weekly says, The relation between perception and “reality” is intriguing … Brimming with adolescent angst regarding intimacy and choice, this simplistic bildungsroman will most appeal to young fantasy fans.”


“This is a novel that respects its readers as much as its characters, and that’s a beautiful rarity.” ~ Mike Flanagan, Filmmaker, Absentia & Oculus


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