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Dream-Weaver

3.54 of 5 stars 3.54  ·  rating details  ·  48 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Exodus 27 is about to take off for Arbroth, an unspoiled planet seven light-years away. Thousands of Earth colonists are asleep in its cryogenic chambers. Suddenly Troy, a young crewman, sounds the alarm. There's an alien girl with tangerine eyes aboard the spaceship. On Arbroth, Eth, a young dream-weaver, awakens from an odd dream about a blue-eyed boy and a silvery wheel ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 21st 1998 by HMH Books for Young Readers (first published October 18th 1996)
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J.
She had me all the way up until about the last third. Then suddenly Lawrence defaulted to "girls mess everything up by falling in love" and the book fell apart. Still, I'd say a good book to illustrate othering very clearly. Just not a great one.
Indigo Summer
The first book I ever read by this author...I was enthralled. Her books are full of ethical dilemmas with no easy answer. They give us pause to question not only things on a global and universal scale, but also the things within ourselves.
Shelley
Lawrence's books are always thought-provoking and this was interesting for its exploration of gender and violence as well as questions of forgiveness and redemption.
Voronda
I LOVED This book!!! It is on my favrites list! This is the only bok to ever make me cry!
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Elizabeth Holden, better known by her pen name Louise Lawrence, is an English science fiction author, acclaimed during the 1970s and 1980s.

Lawrence was born in Leatherhead, Surrey, England, in 1943. She became fascinated with Wales at a young age, and has set many of her novels there. She left school early on to become an assistant librarian. She married and had the first of her three children in
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