Dreamland Burning

51YQuMxqEwL._SY346_I grabbed Dreamland Burning by Jennifer Latham after reading multiple good reviews. I didn’t realize it was YA. YA is generally not my favorite, but this book stood above others. When Rowan Chase finds a skeleton in her family’s guesthouse, she is led on a 100-year old mystery. She learns about her own history, as well as the history of Tulsa. In alternating chapters, we learn the backstory of the mystery. The stories, past and present, weave together beautifully and led to an ending I didn’t predict until right before it happened. The story is one I didn’t know and found both interesting and disturbing. It was a well-written book and one that I recommend, even if you don’t enjoy YA.
four-stars

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