In the second book in the Dreamville series, thirteen-year-old Simon Dreamlee’s life has returned to normal Dreamvillian standards after he and his friends Jilla MusiDream, Almont Alldream, and Rino DreamScifi finally manage to restore Dreamville’s deep dark secrets and save Dreamvillians dreams. Life is peaceful once again in the small town of Dreamville, where artistic, scientific, and imaginative people dressed in colorful clothing roam the streets and their dreams always come true. As Simon and his friends receive their royal invitations to King Régimand DreamRoyal and Miss LossDream’s wedding nuptials, Simon is still observing the house on the hill through his telescope and notices bizarre changes in the gargoyle statues that surround the home. When he notes the statues are shifting ever so slightly with each of his observations, Simon suspects something odd is about to occur. After Jilla MusiDream is kidnapped and cannot be found, Simon’s dreams begin again and convince him that the gargoyle statues kidnapped his friend. Simon’s quest to save Jilla leads him and his friends out of the comfort of Dreamville into the forbidden outsider’s world of Newville, where Miss DreamNot makes another appearance to ensure Simon never saves Dreamville again.
R. E. Brémaud earned her bachelor of arts degree from the University of Manitoba with a major in English literature and three minors in French literature, history, and psychology. She resides in Manitoba, Canada. This is her second book.
Simon, Friends and the Kidnapper s a story about a community were dreams become reality. A mix of mystery and science-fiction, these books are written for teenagers, but will surely be enjoyed by young adults also. Congratulations Riley on your success. We are proud of you.