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Forest of Dreams: The Laylines Trilogy (Lay Lines #1-3)

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Paperback, 1103 pages
Published December 31st 2001 by Bantam Books (first published 2001)
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Scribble Orca
Nov 29, 2010 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: fans of historical fantasy/romance
History and I have a rather sporadic relationship. Ancient Greeks (mythology as well) for a semester in high school, some WWI/WWII in another high-school semester, Australian colonial history as part of Social Science, and that's about it. I was deprived of the joys of a literary/history option at Uni, being intent on acquiring a piece of paper which would bequeath some form of 'employable' status, and Arts didn't (at the time) fall into that category, I'm sad to acknowledge.

So I tend to be a su
Dec 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
The first book in this trilogy was the first book I had read by Sophie Masson and I loved it.

Another great Australian author.
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Born in Indonesia of French parents, Sophie Masson was sent to live with her paternal grandmother in Toulouse, France, when she was just a baby and lived there till she was nearly five, when her parents came back from Indonesia and took her to Australia. All the rest of her childhood, the family stayed in Australia, with frequent trips back to France, and this dual heritage underpins a good deal o ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Lay Lines (3 books)
  • The Knight by the Pool (Lay Lines, #1)
  • The lady of the flowers
  • The Stone of Oakenfast (Laylines Trilogy, #3)