Dreams of the Exile is the final book in the Legacy of Dreams series that began with Dreams of the Many and Dreams of the Few.
Dreams of the Exile rejoins actor Brody Murphy in a dream created by his protégé, Casey Wheeler. In an effort to protect his wife and son from a legacy of alcoholism and abuse, Brody remains in Casey's dream, and while the world mourns his absence, he faces the inevitable destruction of his virtual world.
Brody's wife Vanessa fights to protect her unborn child and her son, and tries to understand why Brody abandoned his family. Casey has forgotten his mentor, and can't help his father and friends find a way into the dream to bring Brody home.
As the dream unhinges, Brody faces the physical manifestation of his dead father. To get out of the dream alive and sane, he must come to grips with his family history.
Will Casey remember his mentor? Can Brody's friends find a way into Brody's dream before it's too late? Will Brody be lost to the dream and death? And, can Vanessa forgive her husband's choice?
Dreams of the Exile is a story of struggle, devotion, and love. It's also a reminder that we are all connected and that we must face our fears to achieve our dreams.
Susan M. Obijiski lives with her husband in beautiful Sedona, Arizona. She is the author of Dreams of the Many, and Dreams of the Few, and is a contributing author for "Sedona Awakenings."
Publisher's website: http://sbpra.com/SusanMObijiski
|Publisher:||Strategic Book Group, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.99(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The author's style of writing is engaging and I like the characters. It has been interesting to see the characters evolve. I like the descriptive manner in which the author writes.
I am sorry to see this series come to an end. I really liked the story. Brody and Casey were my favorite characters but it was great to see how Benton and Vanessa evolved over the course of the series. I think I finished the book in 2 days. I was so anxious to see how things turned out for the characters.
I read the first two books in this trilogy and really enjoyed them. I wondered how the series would end and now I know. No spoilers here. I like the way the author writes. Very descriptive with good imagery. Now that this trilogy is complete I hope to see more from her.