Dreamland

There is an alternate cover edition for this ISBN13 here.Wake up, CaitlinEver since she started going out with Rogerson Biscoe, 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 makes Caitlin forget about everythingThere is an alternate cover edition for this ISBN13 here.Wake up, CaitlinEver since she started going out with Rogerson Biscoe, 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He s compelling He s dangerous Being with him makes Caitlin forget about everything else her missing sister, her withdrawn mother, her lackluster life But what happens when being with Rogerson becomes a larger problem than being without him
Dreamland There is an alternate cover edition for this ISBN here Wake up CaitlinEver since she started going out with Rogerson Biscoe Caitlin seems to have fallen into a semiconscious dreamland where nothin

  • Title: Dreamland
  • Author: Sarah Dessen
  • ISBN: 9780142401750
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
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    • Cara said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      Is there another word for heartbreaking? One that really can sum up feeling totally drained, broken, but at the same time hopeful? If the word does exist, that's this book in a nutshell. While reading this I literally cringed and would slap the book shut, but a couple seconds later I would open it again to see what happens to a girl named Caitlin. She never feels like she measures up to her sister Cass, and in turn that leads her to trouble. And that trouble is named Rogerson (this is random but [...]

    • Ryan said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      There is something to be said for authors that refuse to write the "Hollywood ending." They believe in their stories enough to write characters that need more than a big screen smooch to resolve their conflicts. Instead, these authors take the chance of writing an extended resolution, arguing, I imagine, that it takes time to resolve the problems people have. I would argue that novels that have a strong sense of resolution, something more than the sum of its tied-up-loose-ends, make a more endur [...]

    • Sookie said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      Dreamland is about a girl named Caitlin. The books starts with her older sister, Cassandra, running away-which leaves Caitlin's family situation in chaos, and also leaves Caitlin to fill her "perfect" sister's place. She joins the cheerleading squad and starts to date a jock-the whole prep girl routine. But that abruptly ends when she meets a bad-boy named Rogerson.This book was amazingly written-just like Sarah Dessen's other book (that I've read) This Lullaby.But it's so different. Dreamland i [...]

    • enqi ✨ (high lady of the night court) said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      Wake up, Caitlin,Mr Lensing had said. But what he didn't understand was that this dreamland was preferable, walking through this life half-sleeping, everything at arm's length or farther away. I understood those mermaids. I didn't care if they sang to me. All I wanted was to block out all the human voices as they called my name again and again, pulling me upward into light, to drown. Dreamland was my first Sarah Dessen book, and for some reason I'd always thought she wrote light-hearted, fun, ro [...]

    • Rose said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      Pre-read: Yeah, I'm re-reading this book for this year because apparently I'm on a Sarah Dessen kick from my library. I'm really looking forward to it.Post-read: Dude, I'm still shaking even after I've turned the final page. Much of "Dreamland" hit spot on with respect to the feelings of isolation that Caitlyn felt with things going on with her family and friend circles, and the abuse she suffered just catapulted that strife into the stratosphere. I really appreciated the chance to re-read this. [...]

    • Elizabeth said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      TW: physical and emotional abuse. Definitely feel like my heart was ripped out of my chest. Definitely was not prepared?! I knew it was going to be darker, but WOWZA. Very well written and so heartbreaking. I don't know how else to review it or to add on to that. Just Brace yourself, and don't be afraid to give yourself a break and eat some pizza and watch something funny/uplifting while you're reading this one. It's an important one, though. Definitely. I'm glad that there are authors out there [...]

    • Pinky said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      “See you in dreamland” Your might find it really hard to believe that I just rated a Sarah Dessen book 2 out of 5 stars. But I didn't really enjoy this book, it was something that I wasn't expecting. I thought this was a book that was fluffy and filled with happiness.BUT It isn't fluffy and it isn't filled with happiness. It made me feel uncomfortable and it made me feel so depressed. I mean, it was a good book, but this book wasn't meant for me. It dealt with violence and abuse and I had a [...]

    • Arminzerella said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      I'd been wanting to read something by Sarah Dessen for awhile. She's one of those prominent YA authors, and I've heard good things about her books.ough not so much as to tell me what they were about. So while I was at the library the other day, I picked up one of her titles at random and read the back – description of the “hot” guy. I decided, sure, why not? So Dreamland came home with me.It starts out with a gripper – on Caitlin's 16th birthday, her sister Cassandra, 2 years older, runs [...]

    • Robert said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      Like Caitlin, my emotions are all out of whack. If I’m not careful, I may even resort to sucking my thumb, screaming at random times and intervals, rolling around on the grass, flopping on my bed, or sticking my feet up in the air and playing dead. It’s really hard to say what I might do, and if I tried to pin it down, my response would be filled with conjecture, and I prefer to deal in facts.The fact is I hated this novel. Hated it with a passion, because it discussed abuse, and I prefer to [...]

    • Grace said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      *This review (and more) can also be found on my blog: The Humble Watermelon*What makes Sarah Dessen's books so special is the fact that you feel like you can actually relate to the characters. Also, the plots are almost always the same, complete with a girl, a boy, and some romance, and the main character always has some kind of emotionally damaging problem they have to deal with, but it never seems repetitive. Dreamland was haunting. It was disturbing. Not words you usually associate with Desse [...]

    • Cory said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      This was probably the worst Sarah Dessen book I've ever read. None of the characters are likable except for Boo, her mother's friend who lives next door and she barely plays a part in the story. I expect not to like the protagonist of a Dessen novel but I really hated Caitlin. I was wondering exactly how dumb she could get after stupid antic after stupid antic. I know that she was 'broken' after having her sister run away but the sister was going to be at college anyway. That should have been ex [...]

    • Katya said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      I'm on my post-final YA fiction binge and working my way through the roommate's Sarah Dessen books. This one was, in my opinion, sadly lacking. Dessen gets into the head of an abused girlfriend very well, and the slow slide into an abusive relationship is believable. However, we never find out why her boyfriend was abusing her, leaving him to be a one-dimensional 'bad boy' and the circumstances around their relationship remained shallow. I don't have much patience for people who are too weak to [...]

    • Obsidian said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      So this was a short book to get through (only 260 pages) but it left a big impact. I thought at first that things moved a bit slow, but once you get to the meat of the story, you won't be able to put this down at all. You are going to just be shocked and dismayed at the things that are going on with the main character (Caitlin) throughout this book."Dreamland" opens on Caitlin's birthday when she and her parents realize that her older sister Cassandra has ran away to be with a guy she fell in lo [...]

    • laaaaames said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      I actually enjoyed this book a great deal. It's a bit heavier in theme than most of Dessen's work, which I enjoyed, as it fit her tone well. But I wish she would stop writing cautionary tale-type fare; it's unfair to the target readers. Time and time again Dessen's stories don't stand on their own but instead as lessons to young girls to be good, that "bad boys" lead to trouble, that drinking leads to bad decision-making, that sex is not without its punishments, that generally boys know best.I l [...]

    • Catherine ♡ said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      This is probably one of the more memorable Sarah Dessen books. It's definitely the one that's the most different, and it touches upon the issue of emotional abuse and violence in a way that is realistic, yet heartbreaking.It was definitely sometimes frustrating, especially if you don't agree with the main character's actions, but overall, it was a good read.

    • Elle ✦ Pretty Little Books ✦ said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      Release Date:June 2012 Genre:Young Adult Fiction. Social Issues. Dating ViolenceDreamland is my first exploration into a Sarah Dessen novel. Surprisingly, this book was much darker and emotional than I had previously anticipated. I knew there would be some talk about teen dating violence and that the heroine of the story was dealing with some heavy issues, but I didn’t realize the extent of it all. This book, with the subject of physical abuse between two teenagers, is a hard one too read. Not [...]

    • Christina (A Reader of Fictions) said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      Whoa. This was different. I've read two Dessen books prior to this one, Just Listen and This Lullaby. I very much enjoyed both of them, and, based on my experiences with them, I cataloged Sarah Dessen's fiction as intermediate contemporaries, balancing dark issues with optimism and sweet romance. Thus, I found the fact that they repackaged all of her books to look like shiny, happy summer reads odd. Well, it's odder still, since Dreamland is dark all the way through, depressing almost in its ent [...]

    • Jen Ryland said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      Hadn't read this before.#readaDessen

    • Aleeeeeza said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      Before this book, I'd only read one other book by Sarah Dessen--Lock and Key. And while it was a pretty decent read, I wasn't sure what the whole fuss over Sarah Dessen was about. And now I totes do!I didn't really know much about the novel before reading it.des for it involving dating abuse. And I kind of love 'issue' novels, so this one sounded right up my alley. And it was!The story starts off with the the MC Caitlin's sister Cass running away on her (Caitlin's) sixteenth birthday. Cass had b [...]

    • Dee said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      THAT'S IT! I am sick of Sarah Dessen and her so-called "incredible" writing. This book was about a 16-year-old girl named Caitlin. Her sister has just ran away from home, and her boyfriend Rogerson has taken a liking to beating her. Why are Sarah Dessen's characters SO STUPID? I wanted to smack this chick. HOW STUPID CAN ONE GET? Caitlin stays with her abusive boyfriend because it "feels right". Caitlin starts smoking and doing drugs because it "feels right". Caitlin breaks her committment to th [...]

    • Jai said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      The hair! The freak-fracking hair! I did not need a reminder twice every friggin' chapter that love-interest boy has dreadlocks. Thanks though.Relationships are essentially a power struggle, a game of manipulations. From important life-altering decisions, to which radio station to listen to. You must decide whether to fight or conform. There are many underlying factors in this novel that make me want to venture as far as saying "it's pretty deep," but I'm almost positive that it's because my twe [...]

    • Michelle said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      This book started slow for me, but I definitely got more into it as the story went on. The author does a good job of pulling the reader into Caitlin's plight; I cared what happened next.That said, I had trouble with the way the abusive relationship was portrayed. I've done a lot of volunteer work in this area and abuse tends to happen in a "cycle" the abuse occurs, then the abuser apologizes/says he'll never do it again/loves on the victim big time/etc. It goes from absolute terror to absolute b [...]

    • Nic said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      This is the first Dessen book that actually really enjoyed. I have read Just Listen and Lock and Key and while I liked them I thought the plot tended to drag a lot. While with Dreamland I found it interesting and entertaining from start to finish.There is no doubt that Dessen has beautiful prose. Some times a little too wordy for my liking but definitely thoughtful and gorgeous writing. The characters were well developed and likeable. I even had a bit of a crush on bad boy Rogerson at the beginn [...]

    • Susane Colasanti said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      This is probably my favorite Sarah Dessen book!

    • Kelly said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      And this was a perfect reminder why calling Sarah Dessen a romance author pisses me off. This is NOT a romance by any stretch of that word. What an intense, disturbing, painful look at dating abuse. This is a story about feeling powerless and weak, about how you function and operate when staying in the abusive relationship seems safer than getting out. Wow. Wow. Wow. This is a gut punch.

    • Tijana said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      ***My 100th review, weeeeee*** I couldn't tell her. I couldn't tell anyone. As long as I didn't say it aloud, it wasn't real. For the love of a God, Sarah Dessen!What was this book? How did you ever manage to write something this raw, real and heartbreaking? How did you manage to crush me like this?I am shaking from the inside.

    • Cienne Olaes said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      Dreamland to most of us is a venue where we could momentarily escape reality. It could be a place where a medium of communication for a lost loved one is possible. At least for me, that's how it is.  What happens if everything has been altered and there's nothing you can do but stay stuck? Perhaps, pray that someone would see things through and save you. Being stuck in the dreamland as Sarah Dessen had described, is like drowning. You can't just pull yourself up. Like gravity, it could be beyon [...]

    • Thomas said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      "Dreamland" is the first novel I've read from Sarah Dessen, and I had high expectations of it due to all the hype my friends go on and on about from her books. I was not dissapointed. This book is about sixteen year old Caitlin, the B-honor roll bronze medal award getter. It starts out that on her birthday her older, more perfect sister Cassandra runs away to live with her boyfriend. She quickly tries to fill the void her sister has created for her but instead falls right into it. She starts exh [...]

    • Kit Kat said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      Although I enjoyed reading a lot of Sarah Dessen's books, most of them are completely alike just with different characters and different scenarios. Most of her books start like this:1) Girl has family problem. (Divorce, death of a loved one, moving to a new place etc.)2) Girl goes to party/school and meets boy.3) Girl and boy "feel" a connection.4) Girl and boy have fight.5) Girl and boy break up.6) Girl and boy miss each other.7) Girl and boy make up. The reason why I like this book way more th [...]

    • Jay G said:
      Oct 22, 2018 - 20:51 PM

      Want to see more bookish things from me? Check out my Youtube channel: youtube/channel/UCfer3.5 Stars One morning, Caitlin wakes up to her older sister, Cass, missing. She's always been in her sister's perfect shadow and although she misses her, she is glad she can find her own path now. When Caitlin meets Rogerson, her whole life is turned upside down. He's everything she's ever wanted in a boyfriend. until he's not. I think this is the first Sarah Dessen book I thoroughly enjoyed. It's heartbr [...]

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