Goodreads Synopsis: After a supernatural showdown with a serial killer, Evie O’Neill has outed herself as a Diviner. With her uncanny ability to read people’s secrets, she’s become a media darling, earning the title “America’s Sweetheart Seer.” Everyone’s in love with the city’s newest It Girl…everyone except the other Diviners.
Piano-playing Henry DuBois and Chinatown resident Ling Chan are two Diviners struggling to keep their powers a secret—for they can walk in dreams. And while Evie is living the high life, victims of a mysterious sleeping sickness are turning up across New York City.
As Henry searches for a lost love and Ling strives to succeed in a world that shuns her, a malevolent force infects their dreams. And at the edges of it all lurks a man in a stovepipe hat who has plans that extend farther than anyone can guess…As the sickness spreads, can the Diviners descend into the dreamworld to save the city?
After enjoying the first book in this series a lot, I was very much looking forward to reading Lair of Dreams.
To my disappointment this book was not as good as the first. For starters I felt like this book was far too long. There were a lot of things that could have been condensed, every single character didn’t need their own narration, as much I liked them all I found myself getting bored far too often. The whole plot just seemed to drag. On top of that I found that Liar of Dreams was much more predictable than The Diviners had been. I called the major twist with the dream walkers and the ghost lady pretty early on.
The good news is Evie was a great as ever. I love her character, I love how real she is and how she likes to have fun. I think she grew a little more in this book, and that was really good for her. I also liked that she moved past her relationship with Jericho, whom I didn’t like quite as much. I think Sam and Evie have more chemistry together, and understand each other better.
I don’t have anything else to say, I gave this book 3 stars on Goodreads. I did still like the world and the characters. I plan on reading the last book in this trilogy, but I just hope that it’s better than this one.