The Dream Valley (Book 1)

The Dream Valley Book As an unexpected invasion from a land long thought dead envelops their lands two life long friends are thrown into the ravages of war Creatures they fought only in their dreams have come to life and

  • Title: The Dream Valley (Book 1)
  • Author: Robert C. Thomas
  • ISBN: 9781476309934
  • Page: 205
  • Format: ebook
  • As an unexpected invasion from a land long thought dead envelops their lands, two life long friends are thrown into the ravages of war Creatures they fought only in their dreams have come to life and pillaged their peaceful world Their only hope resides in a stranger from outside their realm and the aging wisdom of one of their own A journey of magic and war now consumeAs an unexpected invasion from a land long thought dead envelops their lands, two life long friends are thrown into the ravages of war Creatures they fought only in their dreams have come to life and pillaged their peaceful world Their only hope resides in a stranger from outside their realm and the aging wisdom of one of their own A journey of magic and war now consumes them to the very end.

    One thought on “The Dream Valley (Book 1)”

    1. I really enjoyed the book. I had to read all three books before I could stop to write a review. The series is a classic quest story reminiscent of the Hobbit. It kept me intrigued and wanting to know what was going to happen next. The trilogy has to be read.

    2. Fast paced, the adventure to find a protective crystal in the dream valley and begin the trek to the north country, the searcher and his three small companions takes a turn towards the worst as they confront evil on their path. Hurt badly, the searcher needs help but the quest must continue.A page-turner, this book is only part one of a three-story set, albeit I am not sure if the other books have, as yet, been written. I will be sure to find out. Highly recommended!

    3. Sucked me in immediately. From the beginning I could tell it had all the makings of a great sci fi/fantasy tale. It was easy to envision the fantasy world that Robert Thomas created, as his writing style is very visual. He paints a vivid picture.The characters are strong, nicely developed, and I cared what happened to them. I think I would have called it Quest of the Searcher, however :-)

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