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by Marcia J. Bennett


Seeking the Dream Brother epub

ISBN: 034536001X

ISBN13: 978-0345360014

Author: Marcia J. Bennett

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: United States

Language: English

Publisher: Del Rey; 1st Printing edition (May 13, 1989)

ePUB book: 1374 kb

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Rating: 4.5

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by Marcia J. Bennett (Author). Book 1 of 4 in the Ni-Lach Series. This book is the first in the Ni-Lach series (followed by Shadow Singer, Beyond the Draak's Teeth, and Seeking the Dream Brother - if there are more, I don't know about them)

by Marcia J. This book is the first in the Ni-Lach series (followed by Shadow Singer, Beyond the Draak's Teeth, and Seeking the Dream Brother - if there are more, I don't know about them). The story gets off to a good start and gets pretty well into the character development and fantasy setting, keeping it believable and pretty fast-paced. The other books continue the storyline and delve more into Dhal's past. 4 people found this helpful.

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After fleeing the wrath of humans who feared his powers to Heal and to transport himself through space and time, the Ni-lach Dhalvad had finally settled among his own people and put his life of adventure behind him. Or so he thought...until the Tamorlee, the crystal that held the Ni-lach history, called to him for help. Suddenly Dhalvad was on a blind quest for another crystal, guided only by the inner vision of the Tamorlee. And his long lost brother Bhaldavin, Tamorlee. And his long lost brother Bhaldavin, stranded in a remote fortress across the dreaded Draak's Teeth Mountains, struggled to understand the weird dreams he was having, visions of a strangely familiar Ni-lach carrying a crystal like his won and journeying his way...
Excellent continuation of the series. Was disappointed that there was no book 5 and couldn't find out any info on the author as to why she was unable to finish series and it was left hanging. If anyone knows what happened to her, please advise. Hopefully she just didn't feel like writing any more books.
I really enjoyed this series. If you read "Where the Ni-Lach", "Shadow Singer", and "Beyond the Draak's Teeth", this is a must have. It's probably a bit difficult to understand if you haven't read the previous books building up to this one. Even though it's a complete story, there are aspects of the universe it's written in that aren't delved into in this novel because they were explained previously. It ties up several loose ends from the previous three books, but there is definitely the setup for a fifth book (which, as far as I know, has never been written, nor is planned to be written). If you can't handle a story that doesn't completely wrap everything up, this probably isn't for you.
It is a complete novel on its own, well written, and a fairly easy read. I'd compare the pace and super-science/almost magic to be very similar to Alan Dean Foster's Pip&Flinx novels.

(My personal tastes tend to be fairly eclectic, but if you like Piers Anthony, Roger Zelazny, Alan Dean Foster, Anne McCaffrey, Ru Emerson, or Orson Scott Card, you should appreciate these books)