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"Wonderfully unique characters"

Kendle’s job is on the line every time she rescues a Wild teen. But Wilds, with their uncontrolled psychic abilities, need her help. They need the chronically underfunded Warehouse, the only school available for Wilds. But accepting a teen with potentially dangerous abilities puts her at odds with her boss; refusing means the teen faces life institutionalized, sedated, and under restraint.

Stephen, the new telepathy teacher, is a Bred. His wealthy parents paid for his perfect genetic code. He’s not used to the Warehouse’s long hours, to students who float beds through walls during nightmares, or send fishbowls through windows—not to mention the food sucks. The only bright spot is the fascinating Wild teacher in the next room who plays amazing cello or guitar music late at night.

As society ramps up its hatred of Wilds and the Warehouse’s resources stretch desperately thin, Kendle must find a way to keep the director from expelling the most gifted students as dangers to the school.

Author: Theresa Halvorsen
S&H Publishing, July 2020

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A spirited rollercoaster ride in a fascinating realm.

Kendle is the feisty heroine whose point of view guides our exploration of the dystopian world created by Ms. Halvorsen. “…back when geneticists were still figuring out how to manipulate the genetic codes of unborn babies…”
The injustice, persecution, and prejudice depicted in “Warehouse Dreams” draw many parallels, and through Kendle’s sense of humor, lots of action, and some serious hot romance, we not only get to know her intimately, but we also sympathize wholeheartedly with her plight, and root for her to save her gifted students and herself!
On reading the last sentence of “Warehouse Dreams,” I smiled, satisfied. Kendle confirmed to me that even if we are afraid of change, we must dare to dream and follow our heart.