But in her dreams, she is forced to question all this, and wonders if maybe, just maybe she really is a half-muse, and maybe Vincent really did exist, as well as the war between traditional Greek Muses and modern Earthly Muses. And maybe Vincent's life is in grave danger, and Sylvia is the only one who can save him.
I loved Hurry Up, We're Dreaming, possibly even more than the first book! The cover art is stunning! I loved how in the last book, we watched Vincent save Sylvia, and now in this book, it's the other way around. Now Sylvia's the hero, a confident side of her that I adored!
It explores in more depth the damages of life without music, and expands upon the therapeutic side of singing and writing. For about the first half of the book, readers see Sylvia lost, sad, and confused, struggling to figure out who she is. Then she evolves into strength and determination, set on bringing back Vincent from an unconscious sleep. Her character development was extraordinary and her internal conflict and pain will strike a pin in the hearts of readers. I also enjoyed how the author incorporated LGBT themes, and also encouraged the acceptance of others.
I highly recommend this book, and I cannot wait to read the third and final book, You and the Night, coming out sometime in 2018!
Watch the YouTube video the author made talking about the book.
Read my review of the first book in this series, We Own the Sky.
Title: Hurry Up, We're Dreaming (The Muse Chronicles Book 2)
Author: Sara Crawford
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Series: Yes, Book 2
Rating: 5 Stars
Rating: 5 Stars