Storyscape

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Prepare to enter a world where stories come to life, a place where dreams become a reality, and where a simple bedtime tale becomes an adventure beyond the imagination. But within this magical plain, a danger lurks that seeks to curse this world… and even reality as we know it. “Storyscape” by T.K. Wade will set your imagination aflame. More

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About TK Wade

I am an aspiring writer living in coastal North Carolina. I have written stories in many different genres, most of which favor surrealism and dramatic fantasy. I especially love stories depicting animals in such a way that it represents human culture (e.g. Aesop’s Fables). I have joined Smashwords in an effort to make some of my lesser known works available to the reading public. Also, you can read my blog at http://tkwadeauthor.blogspot.com/
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Review by: Donald White on Oct. 12, 2013 :
Stories are like dreaming when one is awake. But what if you could enter these dreams, just by staring into the eyes of another?

Richard Sable has a gift: look into his eyes and you will experience a story of his making. Just recently, he shared this ability with his daughter Katy. The young girl was caught up in a world of wonder, where anything is possible and adventure awaits. But the ‘storyscape’ holds a hidden danger…

This is a tale of loss, and renewed hope. You can easily see what the girl sees, and get caught up in the stories that her father prepares for her in his mind’s eye. In the midst of this, is the drama of a man grieving over his comatose wife.

And Richard is forced to make a difficult choice: continue to grieve or be grateful for what he has left. Can a father face his worst fears and deepest regrets? Or will he risk everything to get back the one he loves? Dreams become nightmares and one man is sent spinning into the web he has weaved. A story can begin by will alone, but a happy ending must always be earned…
(reviewed long after purchase)

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