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Sower of Dreams (The Gods' Dream Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Princess Daria is both warrior and seer, a woman who knows her own mind. She dreams of a man so different from any she knows. Khan is a man from our world who is on the run for his life. He takes refuge from a sandstorm and is transported to another world, one where the sky is purple and a beautiful princess needs his help.
This fantasy world is beautifully written, every sense described so that you feel transported into the world and its many adventures.
I really liked the talk about different Gods and Goddesses and being in touch with them through othersense. However, there are just some parts of the plot that feel too convenient and too rushed.
I do not like the transition between Earth and the new planet. It feels too rushed and too random that Khan can suddenly just speak the new planet's language. The Goddess' powers also seem over-magical at times and when she lends them her powers, it seems too convenient and I would have preferred more struggle.
It would have been better if Khan were from another part of the planet rather than another planet altogether.
But I am looking forward to the next book.