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- Publication Date: February 10, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00THG4SWO
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However, before I can go on, I have to mention that I do feel bad in saying that after I read the first few chapters, I was really tempted to put the book down and not pick it back up. It reminded me of sci-fi and nothing to do with fantasy. I was really unsure what I was getting into and knew that most of what I was feeling was from being tired on a late Friday night.
With that said, I am so very thankful that I had felt lead to stick with this story because once I hit the chapter "The Prince and the Dragon Slayer," I was hooked! After getting over my late night grumpiness and reflecting on what I read the next morning, the beginning was a very interesting concept. I love how the author sets everything up for the adventure Cara is about to go undergo.
The dreams were utterly fascinating! I was extremely touched by the love of the High King for not only Cara, but others in the story. Each dream had some kind of beautiful Biblical reference of who we are in Christ or His great love for mankind, those who love Him and do not love Him. As I thought about the book when finished reading, I can't really say which dream was my favorite, but I do know that the fight between the High King and the Dragon really touched me. All the dreams, especially that one, left me in reflection of real life truths from the Bible.
Though this was a fictional read, when I finished reading "Whispers of a Faded Dreamer," I can honestly say I left knowing that God has a wonderful plan for my life and wants me to work WITH and for Him. I also left knowing the deep truth that God is always with me, whether in my dreams or real life.
If you are looking for an imaginative and reflective fantasy read, I highly recommend this one!
There was only one problem I had with this book; it was really, REALLY religious. Like, the whole thing is Christian. I didn't like that because it didn't seem very accepting at all to readers with other religions. Also, the Author's Note began with: The characters and events in this book are fictional. Except for Jesus. Jesus is real.
That was just a little bit weird.
There are so many religions besides Christianity, it it the One Correct Religion.
Hence my three stars.
But yeah. Other than that, it was so good, I loved it.
This was a highly original and creative book which gave me a lot of food for thought while I read. It's full of Christian themes that are easily recognizable for anyone who pays attention, and that was something I particularly enjoyed about the book. This is the kind of story that you really hope has a sequel someday.
Well worth the read.
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