Dreamland Book Report

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Dreamland The morning of Caitlin’s 16th birthday she woke up to a very hectic household. Come to find out her 18 year old sister Cass had run away in the middle of the night. Neither one of her parents could understand why; she had everything she could dream of. Cass was supposed to be attending Yale this coming fall, but her plans changed that night she decided to run away from home with her boyfriend. When Cass left she also left a birthday gift for Caitlin behind; it was a journal where she was to right down all of her dreams and the places she visited in dreamland. Caitlin looked at it as a chance to try new things instead of constantly being shadowed by her older sister. She tried out for the school cheerleading squad and met this mysterious guy Rogerson Biscoe. Most of her friends in school had warned her about this guy. There had bin rumors that he got into some trouble in his previous years and her friend Rina her best friend just thought he wasn’t her type. Caitlin seems to have fallen into a semiconscious dreamland where nothing is quite real. Rogerson is different from anyone Caitlin has ever known. He’s magnetic. He’s compelling. He’s dangerous. Being with him lets Caitlin forget about everything else---her missing sister, her with drawn mother, her lackluster life. Then suddenly Rogerson starts becoming the bigger problem in her life. Caitlin finds herself to be in an abusive relationship. She was constantly hiding the bumps and burses that Rogerson had left on her. This novel was overall very interesting to me. It had all the right genres that I am interested in. It had a mystery side to it but also telling an entertaining story while getting the meaning a crossed. The setting to this novel varied. Caitlin was always out running doing business with her new boyfriend. She was also trying to juggle her new responsibilities with her school

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