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"Lacy's debut novel is action-packed ... Solid writing and a twisting plot ..." - Kirkus Reviews

About the Author

Mark E. Lacy comes from a family of writers and has had a lifelong interest in writing. He confesses he was influenced at a young age by the work of Andre Norton, J. R. R. Tolkien, and Robert E. Howard. His published work has spanned everything from personal essays to technical articles and short stories. His first science fiction story, written at age eight, is thankfully - mercifully - not in print.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 402 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (January 23, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1493670018
  • ISBN-13: 978-1493670017
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,825,502 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This would be classic fantasy sword and sorcery epic without the witty banter - not the elves and unicorns type, but the peoples of a far less advanced technical age who have magic instead type of fantasy and lots of men with swords. There are oracles, sorcerers, lore keepers, secret keepers and healers. Sometimes there are special people who are destined to do horrendous or wondrous things. The book is primarily about three of these special individuals and the people and creatures that abet them along the way. The stakes are for the world itself, so the battle is all life or death.

There are as many sword battles as there are magical contests, or combined battles. This is an action packed book. From almost the beginning, innocent people die in savage attacks by the villain's forces. The Dreamtunnel itself is a very original concept, I really liked the location aspect - that was a nice touch. In the book there are attacks, chases, sword battles, kidnapping, slave auctions, death watches, plagues, hallucinations, a volcanic eruption, demonic attacks, rescues, reading the future, gratuitous use of magic and swords, plus many other things. You and the characters barely have time to recover, but overall it was a good story.

The characters while quite likeable ( except for the villain ), except they were a bit flat for my taste. This was an action book, not a book for dialogue, as all heroes could simply relay information regarding their saga from the book's starting point, not develop backstory or relationships. There was one touching exception that was terse and cut short by the Dreamtunnel. If there was more of that and it was expanded, the novel would have been increased in quality exponentially.
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One of the most difficult tasks for any fantasy writer is to create a world that is very real, very magical and very believable all at once. Lacy has done just that, weaving together multiple plots and building a world that draws the reader in as much as the Dreamtunnel does to Enkinor. It's irresistible. Densely packed action with a hold-your-breath-until-it's-over finale, The Dreamtunnel Sequence is a book you won't be able to put down.
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This intricate fantasy tale presents a well-imagined world of bold characters with special talents, from sorcerers to readers of the weave of time to guardians of spells. Several heroes struggle to defeat an evil sorcerer who uses the dreamtunnel spell to trap his main adversary. Magic abounds in gauntlets, a sword, illusions, and netherworld creatures. Descriptions of forest and grassland settings are almost poetical in texture and used by the author to frame both the action and his characters' moods. Action is conveyed with harsh accuracy. A good pace, insight into characters' thniking, and clashes between the good guys and bad keep the reader in the story. This is a rich and textured saga set in a strange, well-imagined world. Bravo!
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Once I got started reading, I was hooked. As a lifelong fan of most anything in the science fiction or fantasy genres, this book was right up my alley. I found myself fascinated with the characters.

While I don't recommend this for middle school kids, I do recommend it for 14-99 year olds who are looking for a well-developed plot with many twists and turns.
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