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Length: 120 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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This was a fantastic novella. - 5 Stars

I'll be honest: as a rule I tend to avoid stories that tend toward the supernatural. However, I might be seriously tempted to change my mind about that, if more of these works were as well-crafted as DreamWeaver is. Giguere expertly maintains the atmosphere of menace in these pages, an atmosphere that is both created and sustained by his eye for evocative setting and detail, which escalates the level of peril from mere physical danger to something much more profound and disturbing.

The novella begins with the news that the hero's sister has gone missing while teaching in VietNam. However, the plot quickly develops into something other than your basic search-and-rescue story, as he is forced to fall back on the intervention of a mystic. From there, the novella takes a much darker, and somewhat gruesome, turn...

All in all, DreamWeaver was an exceptional story, by one of the most talented new writers I have encountered in years. Highly recommended... just don't read it right before bedtime!
- Pat - Goodreads


This book is a provocative, stimulating, mind blowing story of what one would do to save someone they love.  The character tries all avenues of seeking a resolution to locating his missing sister, who was kidnapped in a foreign land.  After all of his attempts to find her are exhausted he is about to surrender hope and abandon the search. Then he receives a cryptic email that sends him on a surreal journey into the mysterious voodoo culture and mystics. 
 
It is worth the time to explore this author's writings.  4 stars
- Susan Honey, DIVINECAROLINE

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  • File Size: 632 KB
  • Print Length: 120 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: March 28, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004UB2G20
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #991,851 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Rejean Giguere is an avid outdoorsman, adventurer, photographer and artist. He enjoys fishing, hockey, golf, tennis, skiing and snowmobiling, his V-Max motorcycle and vintage Corvette.
He grew up in Canada and Europe, and enjoyed a business career in Toronto and Ottawa.
Visit his website at www.rejeangiguere.com.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By KrisSpor on May 22, 2012
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Rejean Giguere has created an unforgettable page turner with DreamWeaver. DreamWeaver maintains an atmosphere of menace throughout its pages, bringing with it a high level of intensity. Most people will quickly answer "Anything" when asked how far they would go or what they would do to get a loved one back. The problem is even with that answer we still have our limits. Meet main character Zeke Jackson who is asked just that when his sister disappears from Vietnam without a trace. DreamWeaver follows Zeke Jackson on his journey to find his sister, a journey that will test his ability to maintain endurance and perseverance. This is a short book packed with so much you'll find it hard to put down. Rejean Giguere's DreamWeaver leaves readers stunned and wanting more at the end of the book.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Christine Staeven on August 7, 2012
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This is a fast paced tale that is full of tension, graphic imagery (includes gore), and a fellow bent on locating the only remaining immediate family member he has left. This is, in some respects, a vision quest. Only he is not the one with the visions (unless given to him). Due to such (the visions being from woman and dreamweaver mystic) his required faith in giving all he does shows the import he places on finding his missing sister. And his willingness to give all in blind trust of mystic.

A missing sister and a brother desperate enough to enter worlds unfamiliar and making huge sacrifices in process. The tale is the journey inclusive of sacrifices, danger, threat to life and limb, expectation of self with regard to pushing beyond normal constraints placed by society and law, attempting the unbelievable under any other circumstances...

This is really quite a vivid tale that shows author creativity in premise direction, plot development and fairly good character fleshing.

The shortfall for me was the editing. While I believe a spell check was run, several errors related to grammar existed (than used for that, they used for the, off used for of, backing used for back, to cite a few) and there were problems with punctuation as well (punctuation errors where comma used instead of semicolon, sentence end punctuation was out a couple spaces from sentence - just hanging, etc.) Due to such, I could not award the fourth star I really wanted to.

Recommend author for creativity and I will try another work by same.

Christine
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 2, 2012
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I will admit I am not fond of books that are more about the details and less about the action. This book has enough details to know what is going on but the author doesn't get caught up in the details. This I like. So I loved this story, it's not a long book but it doesn't need to be. It is well written and edited.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pete Barber (Author) on August 15, 2012
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The story is a quest where the protagonist, Zeke Jackson, goes in search of his twin sister who has been taken captive somewhere in Asian.

After Zeke has exhausted all the "normal" channels to find his sister, he receives a mysterious email and through it makes connection with a mystic located in a rough area of the Bronx. From here on his journey becomes more strange and challenging. Taking him to Africa, and costing him dearly in pain and suffering. A fast read, the pacing and plot kept me engaged throughout, but once I'd finished, I felt a little like I do after eating Chinese food. It was enjoyable, but I was soon hungry again. I think because the story is purely plot driven and little time is spent giving the characters depth, or explaining the surroundings, or delving into why the strange things are taking place, or why they work, or how they work.

I don't read many short stories, so that may be the reason I was left feeling there was more that could have been told in this tale. Still. I did enjoy the few hours I spent in Mr. Giguere's world.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Danielle on August 28, 2012
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I enjoyed this book. What got me hooked was the the brother's need to find his sister. It is just amazing on what he went through to get her back. Simply amazing!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 28, 2012
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Hang on! That's all the advice you need for this one. Right out of the box, the author has you by the throat and the absolutely brutal reality of what the protagonist must do...no, must become, keeps you on the edge of your seat in this powerful thriller. Very well written, this novella tells the tale of Zeke's quest to find his missing twin sister who disappeared in Vietnam while teaching school. Zeke's initial attempt to discover what happened to her is met with disappointment and failure and he realizes desperate measures need to be taken to help him in his quest. Without really understanding what he is in for, he enlists the help of a woman who uses potions (natural drug-like mixtures she concocts) to alter his reality and ascertain if he is serious about his quest. Her methods are brutal but effective.
The story just gets more and more mystical from there and you are drawn into a world of otherworldly reality enhanced by the Dreamweaver who helps Zeke in his quest via mutual mental telepathy. This story is a page turner in every sense of the word. In a way it reminded me of "The Teachings of Don Juan" with its use of mind altering substances to teach, guide and work toward a specific end, regardless of how far from the normal "you" that end might be. This is an astoundingly graphic read and, as such, I might suggest it is not for the squeamish; but if you like your stories to be relentless, with vivid descriptions and excellent narration, then give this one a try and, Hang On!
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