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: 63,060
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 28 days after purchase)

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