Dreams and Reality (Dark Reflections #2)

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Tristan Havering believes all the crazy things he experienced in an alternative dimension, real-world version of the superhero saga 'Power Up' were a dream brought on by concussion; he's about to find out how terrifyingly wrong he is. Can Devon, unstable, ex-supervillain, help him a second time? More

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About Natasha Duncan-Drake

Natasha is a British author with Wittegen Press and has been publishing genre fiction since 2011. Her work includes everything from horror to young adult fantasy and she has never met a genre she didn’t like. A prolific producer of short stories and novels alike, Natasha currently has over twenty five titles in her back catalogue with further releases always imminent.

Natasha has been writing since she was a young girl ever since she read The Hobbit at Primary School. She is a big fan of science fiction, fantasy and horror in all their forms and is a big advocate of fanfiction as a great tool for writers to polish their skills in a welcoming and supportive community.

Before establishing Wittegen Press with her twin sister, Sophie Duncan, Natasha was a database and systems consultant. She combines these skills with her writing to create and manage her career in the bold new eBook market.

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K B reviewed on Nov. 22, 2017

I've been wanting to read a continuation of 'Me, myself and I' and to find out what would happen to Tristan. This did not disappoint; it was a fun read that fleshed out the alternative universe idea and the characters introduced in the previous book. Can definitely recommend for those that liked book 1!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Jennifer Bowen reviewed on March 30, 2015

This was a highly entertaining follow-up to Me, Myself, and I. The changes in Tristan's life come as a surprise, and yet are internally consistent with the alternate universe's physical laws, and the relationship he builds with Devon is both touching and humorous. I also greatly enjoyed seeing more of Team Alpha, and learning what they had to cope with on a day to day level. There were a few typos (blooper real for blooper reel, etc), but they did not significantly detract from the storyline. Well worth reading if you enjoyed the first story.
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