What if it were possible to live two very different lives in two separate worlds? What if the dreams we awaken from are the fading memories of that second life? What if one day we woke up in the wrong world?
Every night, a woman on a black warhorse gallops through the mist in Chris Redston's dreams. Every night, she begs him not to come to her. Every night, she aims her rifle at his head and fires. The last thing Chris expects--or wants--is for this nightmare to be real. But when he wakes up in the world of his dreams, he has to choose between the likelihood that he's gone spectacularly bonkers or the possibility that he's just been let in on the secret of the ages.
Only one person in a generation may cross the worlds. These chosen few are the Gifted, called from Earth into Lael to shape the epochs of history--and Chris is one of them. But before he figures that out, he accidentally endangers both worlds by resurrecting a vengeful prince intent on claiming the powers of the Gifted for himself. Together with a suspicious princess and a guilt-ridden Cherazii warrior, Chris must hurl himself into a battle to save a country from war, two worlds from annihilation, and himself from a dream come way too true.
One of the best indie novels I’ve read. The plot fell into place effortlessly and expertly. I predicted several of the events, yet none of them rang hollow or felt like clichés.
You won’t be able to put it down
One of my favorite fantasy books EVER. The kind of classic you will find yourself reading many times over; a tale that you can enjoy even more each time through. Dreamlander stands out in the fantasy realm as having as a world of its own, without borrowing overdone cliche characters or redoing Narnia or the Lord of the Rings. Weiland did her own dreaming, and she dreamed up a fantastic and original world that captures the interest of the reader and holds it. Can’t recommend highly enough!