The Fourth Wall by Elizabeth Maria Naranjo follows the life of a teenage girl named Marin, who uses her ability to lucid dream to escape her life after a devastating tragedy.
This book, although a fantasy book, did not use fantasy to drive the plot, but rather to keep the plot on track. As Marin is only asleep during certain times of the book, the fantasy aspect could not control the book and was not overwhelming. It did take me a little while to get into the story, and really like the plot, but after the third chapter I could not put this book down. It was a great debut novel for Elizabeth Maria Naranjo.