A dragonfly spends most of its life beneath the water. Seventeen year old Anna Page has lived her whole life at the bottom of a trailer park. The dreamcatcher in her bedroom was supposed to prevent bad dreams, but it doesn’t help when your whole life’s a nightmare. Instead of attending high school, she’s working at the local café to pay rent when an Ahwahnee Chief walks inA dragonfly spends most of its life beneath the water. Seventeen year old Anna Page has lived her whole life at the bottom of a trailer park. The dreamcatcher in her bedroom was supposed to prevent bad dreams, but it doesn’t help when your whole life’s a nightmare. Instead of attending high school, she’s working at the local café to pay rent when an Ahwahnee Chief walks in. He leaves a napkin on the table inscribed with one word, and the symbol of a dragonfly. A symbol Anna should’ve left alone. Instead, her new tattoo marks her as a target. She awakes from a colonoscopy to find the doctor cowering on the floor and someone banging to get in. While she was asleep, a plague flooded the medical center and now spills out, washing away everything she has ever loved—leaving her with powers she cannot control. A mysterious organization called Meadowlark will stop at nothing to capture her. With the help of a stranger, she can finally spread her wings and rise to become the Dragonfly. If his secret doesn’t get her killed first....
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Once again Julie Dawn gave me an adrenaline rush from hell. This is a speedy little novella, and I devoured it in two evenings. The story is told within the same time table as Yosemite Rising, and it's a wonderful way to introduce a new characters into that timeline. I am guessing/hoping that Anna and Elizabeth will cross paths. I love how this book made me feel like I was going to have a heart attack at every turn. As with Yosemite Rising, you never know what's coming next and the scene descriptions are so vivid. There are twists, turns and total WTF moments. I was totally invested in the characters, and intrigued by the possibilities for the next book. Bring on Yosemite Falling, I am so ready for another adrenaline rush from hell. So good.....An ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review
Having read Yosemite rising (the 1st book). I was interested to see how the story continues.It still has zombies but they are in the background as the story processLots of twists and turns and 'what just happened moments' Sometimes this feels a little disjointed but this is a new author but I can see a vast improvement on her first book.
This is a must read! Great characters. Can't wait to see what happens in the next books.
While I enjoyed reading more of the story, this one took an unexpected turn that was far left field, but it seemed to gather toward the end. I am eagerly awaiting the next installment in the Meadowlark series, and hoping to connect some dots that are dangling-keeping us all anticipating. There are two things, at the very least, that Julie Dawn does well: writing, and keeping us wanting more!
Needed moreThis 2/nd book of the series left me dissatisfied. It didn't seem to h ave a direction but I know it should have, maybe I missed it. Anyway. It left me wanting to know it's purpose. It just seemed unfinished, incomplete.