The Dream Valley

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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 consumes them to the very end. More
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Words: 63,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476309934
About Robert Thomas

I welcome all to my world of writing and authorship. I have been writing for many years and have published several fantasy works available through most major ebook retailers. I have tried to give the tales a feeling of place and circumstances that, although fiction, all readers who enjoy fantasy can relate to.

I have recently released the second book of the Last Elf Prophecy series, Decimation of Allingaard. It begins where book one, Sands of Nevertime ends. The series takes the reader through a world of discovery as an aging wizard tries to fulfill his life's dream; revive a long-lost world of elves.

Also look for my trilogy; The Crystal Point Legacy: The Dream Valley, Silent Watcher and Death of Kings.

If you are a fan of short stories, I have partnered with a group of authors on three anthologies: End of the Road, The Kiss, and The Bitten. Look for my works in those as well.

I also welcome all to follow along with my blog, Ramblings of a 50 year old man; http://rambling50.blogspot.com. It is just my thoughts on life as I journey along to the fateful end. I have also begun a new blog, http://sheimas.blogspot.com which is an on-going, first-person prequel to The Crystal Point Legacy.

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Review by: IE Castellano on April 02, 2013 :
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.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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