Pawn's Dream

Pawn s Dream Dreaming awake and asleep Roland Pritchard s life is a busy one When he wakes in our world he s stuck in a marginal job trying to care for his disturbed mother when he sleeps in our world he pursue

  • Title: Pawn's Dream
  • Author: Eric S. Nylund
  • ISBN: 9780340649480
  • Page: 394
  • Format: None
  • Dreaming awake and asleep, Roland Pritchard s life is a busy one When he wakes in our world, he s stuck in a marginal job trying to care for his disturbed mother when he sleeps in our world, he pursues a scholar s life in the isolated, mysterious Abbey Sleeping or waking, both lives are frustratingly constrained, and when Roland is offered opportunities to break away Dreaming awake and asleep, Roland Pritchard s life is a busy one When he wakes in our world, he s stuck in a marginal job trying to care for his disturbed mother when he sleeps in our world, he pursues a scholar s life in the isolated, mysterious Abbey Sleeping or waking, both lives are frustratingly constrained, and when Roland is offered opportunities to break away in both worlds, he embarks on dual journeys of self discovery leading to union.

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    1 thought on “Pawn's Dream”

    1. A fun book with neat ideas, Pawn's Dream has always been a favorite travel book. Dual universes make the backdrop for the book diverse and fun. Really the only thing I disliked about the book is that there has not been a sequal.

    2. I became interested in Eric Nylund ever since I've read his Halo novels. If I remember correctly, they were the ones that started me on the Sci-Fi genre (and what a ride it has been so far!). Pawn's Dream caught my eye because it was Eric's first novel, and I'm quite surprised by its quality. While I'm not a big fan of the Fantasy genre, I found this story quite interesting and well done. The pace was good, and I really like the duality concept throughout the book.I really wish I was able to get [...]

    3. I loved this book. I truly wish there was a sequel. Sure, it is a young adult book, but I could not put the book down as it came to an end. Very entertaining and an enjoyable read.

    4. This is sort of a proto Mortal Coils. It's not a bad story, but it's not as well written and structured as Mortal Coils. It strongly reminded me of the Amber Chronicles.

    5. While I rarely venture into adult sci fi/ fantasy, I make an exception for Eric Nylund. Ever since Game of Universe, I know I can trust Nylund to deliver an amazingly imaginative universe (or two) for me to get lost in. Pawn's Dream is my favorite Nylund book. The fantasy and science fiction are balanced beautifully, the characters are intriguing and complex, and the plot moves fast. I would recommend this book to anyone who appreciates a well-told story, fantasy or otherwise.

    6. So, Mortal Coils was one of the best books I've ever read. So good, I wanted to read every Eric Nylund book minus anything to do with Halo (I don't play, so I don't care). Unfortunately, unlike Mortal Coils, Pawn's Dream is boring. As far as I am in the book, the characters have fought demons, there was a cool tunnel escape, magic was being used all over the placebut I was bored. Maybe one day I'll finish it.

    7. A nice easy fantasy read, the hardest part is finding a copy. I enjoyed the interesting take on the reality/fantasy worlds duality you see in other fantasy novels like "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" and Pullman's "His Dark Materials." Overall, I'd recommend it to everyone but especially to people who enjoyed those two series or heard about Nylund from his Halo books.

    8. Из второй книги Mortal Coils могло бы показаться, что в семействе Притчардов все полные козлы, но надо же, среди них встречались приличные люди

    9. Interesting universe but a lot is left unexplained. You really gotta just go with the book as to not be distracted by minor inconsistencies and major mysteries.

    10. This is by far the best book I have ever read. The story is captivating, the writing is not too fancy or too boring. First book in my life where I read every word.

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