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Born in Vietnam to idealistic parents dedicated to teaching and promoting education by stationing themselves wherever there was need, T.N. Bui spent much of her early childhood traveling from town to town with her parents and older sister, immersing herself in the myriad of stories that changed with each new landscape. It was the fantastical tales that grabbed her imagination and dominated her dreams, often morphing into nightmares. The dreams never went away – they only grew more active as she added more travels to her life, one country after another stacking stories upon stories to feed the dreams. True to the old adage – write about what you know – much of her writing comes from the dream world and is about the power of the subconscious. Journey is the beginning of the Dream Walker Series that reflect many of these stories from the dream world.
T.N. Bui lives in the California Bay Area with her family. She stays very close to the water so as to help dream stories become conscious.
on March 11, 2018 :
This book had me hooked from the first line......the smell!
The storyline is magical and compelling, and the characters felt like people I had known for years! Kudos to this writer! I look forward to more stories from this author!
(reviewed 79 days after purchase)
on Feb. 27, 2018 :
I couldn’t put this down, but I didn’t want to finish it because it was too much fun to read. If Anne Rice and Dean Koontz had collaborated this would have been the story they wrote. Enjoy it and dream on!
(reviewed 65 days after purchase)
on Jan. 24, 2018 :
This was my first foray into the genre of Fantasy Dream/Magic and I must say I am glad I've stumbled into this world! We all dream (at least I hope so for everyone's sake) and this book lets me examine mine as part of the author's universe. I always start off slowly when reading a book that introduces new concepts to me and this one was no exception but the authored was able to bring familiarity within the first two chapters. I had a tough time putting my iPad/iPhone down after the first few chapters and went to work blurry eyed. I can't wait for the sequel and hope to be able to buy hard copies as I'm old fashioned in how I read books!
(reviewed 35 days after purchase)