The Muse of Your Nightmares

Strange the Dreamer left readers with some vivid and unforgettable images of the city of Weep and the citadel floating above… some images that may have caused nightmares…like the kind created by Sarai herself!

So… what do your nightmares mean exactly?

Are you dreaming about people falling from the sky?

This suggests a fear of the unknown and a feeling of insecurity about your present circumstances.

If your nightmare is about moths…

Moths symbolize your character flaws or fragileness. It may be a good time to take some time to consider what’s making you feel unsteady and create a plan to strengthen those weaknesses. 

Did your nightmare involve gods?

Gods symbolize perfection to an unattainable degree. Are you struggling to be flawless? 

Do your dreams contain ghosts, like the ones Minya controls?

Ghosts in dreams represent repressed emotions and unresolved issues from your past.

Of course, the biggest nightmare would be missing out on Muse of Nightmares, Laini Taylor’s gorgeous sequel to Strange the Dreamer. If your mind was blown by Strange the Dreamer, brace yourself for Muse of Nightmares. Lush language, incredible world building, swoony characters and a painfully timely story. Muse is so much more than the book you want… it’s the book you NEED! Get ready to get lost in another Laini Taylor epic. 

But wait! Do you need a refresher on Strange the Dreamer before you dive into Muse of Nightmares? Our friends at Book Series Recap have got you covered. Check out their recap and buckle in for a truly unforgettable adventure.

In the wake of tragedy, neither Lazlo nor Sarai are who they were before. One a god, the other a ghost, they struggle to grasp the new boundaries of their selves as dark-minded Minya holds them hostage, intent on vengeance against Weep.

Lazlo faces an unthinkable choice—save the woman he loves, or everyone else?—while Sarai feels more helpless than ever. But is she? Sometimes, only the direst need can teach us our own depths, and Sarai, the muse of nightmares, has not yet discovered what she’s capable of.

As humans and godspawn reel in the aftermath of the citadel’s near fall, a new foe shatters their fragile hopes, and the mysteries of the Mesarthim are resurrected: Where did the gods come from, and why? What was done with thousands of children born in the citadel nursery? And most important of all, as forgotten doors are opened and new worlds revealed: Must heroes always slay monsters, or is it possible to save them instead?

Love and hate, revenge and redemption, destruction and salvation all clash in this gorgeous sequel to the New York Times bestseller, Strange the Dreamer.