At their home, the Heap, Fastidious complains about her curious student to Most Ancient. Littlest is part of a small sub-colony of dream-givers. Through touching, they gather fragments such as colors, words, sounds, and scents. They then combine the fragments to become dreams, and give the dreams to humans, and sometimes pets. The giving of dreams is called the bestowal.
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Boring as crap. Back to the book review. There are these little fairy like creatures forgot what they are called that come into your room at night and touch all your stuff starting to sound like Robert Goulet in the Emerald Nuts commercial huh to gather "good" fragments. Then they hover over your orrifices and jangle around until these fragments come out as shimmers which gives you good dreams. The fairies that touch your stuff too hard? They become Something-steeds.
Yup they come stampeding in and do something to your face to give you bad dreams. So anyway this old lady and her dog fosters this young boy who was abused by his drunkard father until his mother can get custody of him again. Kid stops being a hellion, and the mom gets him back in the end. But are these fairy things human? They exist in your mind in a place called the Heap the Hive? Something that starts with an H. I was expecting a lot better than the lady who wrote Number the Stars and The Giver books that mark the middle schoolers rite of passage into high school.
Somebooks can be in the YA section and speak to people of all ages.
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