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Glass Dreams

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Runaway Jake has no idea what adventures are in store when he finds young circus performer Khala hiding in a ramshackle caravan.

Jake sees things – dreams, visions… but should he reveal the contents of the mysterious box he has been warned never to open? Khala has secrets of her own, secrets which could threaten her friends

Runaway Jake has no idea what adventures are in store when he finds young circus performer Khala hiding in a ramshackle caravan.

Jake sees things – dreams, visions… but should he reveal the contents of the mysterious box he has been warned never to open? Khala has secrets of her own, secrets which could threaten her friendship with Jake.
And she is not the only one of the performers with something to hide.

Jake soon discovers that Fantazi’s Circus is a place of danger, and together, he and Khala begin to uncover the layers of deceit which have an impact on them both.

However, neither one is prepared for the biggest discovery of all.

For readers of 8-12
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    Nick Iuppa

    Jan 03, 2017

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    it was amazing

    I continue to be a big fan of Helen Laycock and her kids’ books. Glass Dreams is a beautifully told story of intertwining destinies, mad adventures, magical crystal balls, and a traveling circus that is filled with Helen’s usual array of interesting characters: snarky villains, loving grandparents, talented sidekicks, sweet animals, and especially smart and plucky children who are able to outwit the bad guys at every turn and save the day.

    Young Jake is heartbroken at the death of his grandmother

    Young Jake is heartbroken at the death of his grandmother. Because he has no known relatives, Social Services comes and treats him kindly but in the end puts him in a Care Facility where the kids rule and there is constant noise, mayhem, and bullying. Jake is too smart to stick around for more than a few hours before he runs away and spends the night in a caravan with a mysterious but wonderful little girl named Khala. She’s part of a circus that has it’s own share of mayhem and more than a touch of evil. Khala invites Jake to come with her, join the circus, and help her combat the evil ringmaster who has turned his entire operation into a gang of thieves.

    This is a wonderful, sometimes scary ride for children and adults alike. But it’s the ongoing kindness, wit, cleverness, and self-reliance of Jake and Khala that give everyone (characters and readers alike) the feeling that everything will turn out for the best.

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    Anne Mason

    Nov 30, 2017

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Glass Dreams by Helen Laycock

    There is beauty to be found here, even at the darkest of moments. The openness of Jake through his mannerisms and inner dialogue paints such a vivid, human creature that incites the reader to ache and smile ruefully along with him.

    Without Grandma Mo— his anchor and protector of a life that seems to have been lived so very long ago— Jake’s nascent sense of self-reliance and being are put to the test from one world to the next. From the Care Facility of Social Services

    There is beauty to be found here, even at the darkest of moments. The openness of Jake through his mannerisms and inner dialogue paints such a vivid, human creature that incites the reader to ache and smile ruefully along with him.

    Without Grandma Mo— his anchor and protector of a life that seems to have been lived so very long ago— Jake’s nascent sense of self-reliance and being are put to the test from one world to the next. From the Care Facility of Social Services to the conspiratory circus operation of the ringmaster, each microcosm presents its own set of dangers and turmoil that an adult, much less a child, should find alarming.

    Both poignant and unflinchingly honest, the world of Glass Dreams is both alluring and shocking, and it is most certainly a ride worth taking.

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    Lynn Worton

    Mar 01, 2013

    rated it
    it was amazing

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    review of another edition

    I received a copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.

    This is a fantastic children’s book! I loved it!

    Jake is a fantastic character! He’s only 12, but he seemed very mature for his age. I loved his attitude. I’m not sure I was as focused at his age though!

    This is an amazing story of a boy, a circus and a family secret. There are some other wonderful characters: Khala and Cedric, just to name a couple! Khala is a very brave person. She is also kind-hearted; I loved her war

    This is a fantastic children’s book! I loved it!

    Jake is a fantastic character! He’s only 12, but he seemed very mature for his age. I loved his attitude. I’m not sure I was as focused at his age though!

    This is an amazing story of a boy, a circus and a family secret. There are some other wonderful characters: Khala and Cedric, just to name a couple! Khala is a very brave person. She is also kind-hearted; I loved her warmth to a complete stranger. But I was horrified at the abuse she and the other circus performers had to deal with! Cedric made me laugh at his insistence of using Jake as a part of his knife throwing act! (He’s absolutely terrible at it!).
    There is enough action, adventure, danger and mystery in this book to get my heart pumping, never mind a child’s!

    Helen Laycock has written a fast paced action adventure that will keep even children with short attention spans hooked! I highly recommend this book for children from the age of 7 upwards. Adults may enjoy it too! – Lynn Worton
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