Nightmare's Edge by Bryan Davis
Nathan Shepherd, in the company of his restored mother and two mysterious beings called supplicants, searches for his father in the land of dreams. With the collapse of the entire cosmos at hand, only his father holds the answers to what Nathan must do to save billions of lives and only God can help him...
rating: 3 of 5 stars
In complete honesty, I liked the other books in this trilogy better, but I still enjoyed this one overall. On the low points, I felt this one dragged a bit, until the last one hundred pages or so, which seemed to absolute fly by. the other point was that I felt confused through parts of the book trying to remember features and events that had happened to the characters previously in the other two books.
Overall, the series is an incredible use of imagination and imagery. It takes you into a realm of reality that is different from anything a reader has experienced before, and then through out in bits and pieces, the reader is offered a deeper meaning to the entire story. It is creative and leaves one open to ask the right kinds of questions to learn about the ultimate adventure.
I definitely suggest reading the series in order. If you attempt to just read this book, you will be quite lost.
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Book #1 Beyond the Reflection's Edge,
- Click here to go back to read my review and read the first chapter.
Book #2, Eternity's Edge
- I reviewed back in October 2008, click here to go see.
Book #3, Nightmare's Edge
- See above for my review, obviously, but click here to go back and read the first chapter.
Click here to go back and read an interview with Bryan Davis.
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