This second edition of Dreams Unleashed really moves along well, and is written beautifully.
The main character, Ann, is really appealing to me. She's independent, a free spirit who's not set in her ways, is mature but still growing. I think there is nothing more beautiful than a woman with her dog, so Ann's dog, Lulu, adds to the story.
I found the remote viewing very interesting, as it explores the potential of the human mind. Of course the Herkimer crystals in the story were facinating. There seems to be some potential to them that we have not yet discoverd in 2011; there is just something about them.
I really enjoyed the lure of the Pacific Northwest as the root of the story.
Linda Hawley not only stretches your imagination, but she approaches the perils of a dystopian society with a new sense of hope. I really thought it was fantastic, and worthy of a five star review.
I already bought the second book in the series.