The Godhunter enters the Realm of Dreams. The excitement continues as Vervain discovers that even her dreams are no longer safe. Vervain Lavine, Godhunter, Witch, Shapeshifter, Goddess, and Faerie. Life has become a little confusing with so many titles but the one place Vervain could always find sanctuary was in her dreams. Now even that is taken from her when an unknown god starts hunting the Godhunter in her sleep. Then there's Odin, or rather Griffin, who has yet to remember his true past or the part Vervain played in it. Add to that the assembling of a mutant army led by a sharp-dressed and sharply coiffured Indian, and you have a recipe for an epic nightmare. If only she could get a moment's rest, Vervain might be able to deal with it all but even in Faerie she can't escape. The newly created dark fey are having problems controlling their element. Between the dark fey and her dark dreams, the Godhunter's unable to find any solace and sleeping has become only another way to die. The saga continues, taking the Godhunter across the realms and through her dreams.
In this addition to the Godhunter series, Vervain is having problems with the new "Oden." He's not who he wants was, and he's not taking things very well. Then add in the fact that every time she tries to sleep someone is invading her dreams and things aren't going well there either.
Vervain is in danger, and must have help figuring it out before it is too late for her.
This book was good, and sad. I hated the stuff that was happening with the new Oden. I just want him to be Oden again. But, it was interesting to see Vervain deal with new obstacles and issues that arose as well.