Zumaya Publications (2002)
Reviewed by Michelle Anne Cox-Lomas for Reader Views (11/06)
Imagine a place, where you can go, to talk about your dreams, hopes, wishes, and nightmares. A very special place, where you can’t help but be drawn to, even if you wanted to, well, there is such a place, a place where “The Dream Tree” stands. At first you meet a female character, Anna, who thinks that this is her special place and that no one else knows it is there, but, soon she comes to find out that one by one, other haunted souls are drawn there too. You will meet each of the numerous characters that appear and read all about their intriguing lives and mysteriously haunting situations. Each of their stories is unusual, exciting, and extremely creepy. They share their stories with each other and begin to form a special community bond with each other that gets creepier still.