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As civil war threatens the land of Ahrenia, Rebecca is thrust into a central role in the momentous drama that is engulfing her home. Yet, as the armies of nightmare draw closer, she discovers that war is not the ultimate evil.
Paperback, 592 pages
Published November 1st 1991 by Corgi (first published 1991)
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Ok, but nowhere near as good as I remember it to be. I found Dreamweaver to be childish, and it never properly explores the themes which it raises which is disappointing. Characters are introduced and then dropped, and it is just, well, pretty trite.
A story without much originality but a pleasant read nonetheless. Characters are touching enough, but the magic looks too much like a Deus Ex Machina, as well as the final answer to the bad guys, to make this book a very good one.
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