Lair of Dreams by Libba Bray, 613 pages
I finished The Diviners in November and quickly picked up the sequel. The book picks up a short while after the end of The Diviners. Evie O'Neill is living it up, jumping from party to party and enjoying the fame that her skill has brought her. Sam Lloyd's search for any information about Project Buffalo is make that much more complicated when he is pulled into the lime light, posing as Evie's fiance. Henry DuBois, who is able to enter and influence other people's dreams, hopes that he can combine his power with fellow dream walker, Ling Chan, to find his lost love. Meanwhile, Theta is struggling to keep her own powers under control and secret.
In the background of all this, a sickness is reaching epidemic levels in China Town. People are falling into a coma-like sleep in which they develop blisters all over their bodies and eventually die. Some supernatural force is feeding off them and it falls to Henry and Ling to find out what is happening and how to stop it.
While I think the book could have been made shorter, I thoroughly enjoyed it and have started the next book already.