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Set in a fantasy world full of sects fighting against each other, a man from an alternate dimension of the gods is sent to earth to save it from a threat it does not yet know. Khalos had powers he didn’t even realise, and when they awakened, they destroyed his world. After a fire, started from his rage, burned down his childhood home, Khalos’ innocence died in the ashes. ...more
Kindle Edition, 192 pages
Published January 15th 2016
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David Meredith
May 26, 2016 rated it really liked it
Khalos is not born of Man. Throughout time immemorial he has been born and reborn into the world - each time to execute a very specific purpose and alter the course of history. Each time, dutifully overseen and guided by the mysterious order of The Sisters, he has been faithfully taught how to reconnect with the memories of his many lives to execute his destiny. Only this time, something is different. Something goes wrong and Khalos is forced to find his own way in a world he does not understand ...more
Will Greenway
Jun 19, 2016 rated it liked it
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Dreamscape by Jenna Whittaker is a speculative fiction novel that explores a multi-dimensional conflict fought through human instruments. I call this speculative fiction because there's no magic (at least in the traditional sense), although there are fantasy elements. I can't call it science fiction, the story's through line doesn't "apparently" depend on thetechnical elements. In all of this, there is a "mystery" that we are teased with throughout the course of the

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Ellie Midwood
Jul 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Another wonderful work from the talented Jenna Whittaker. Following Khalos’s journey was very interesting, and particularly due to the fact that the reader first meets him as an innocent baby, who, however, possesses extraordinary powers. But the memories are sealed for him, and to discover who he is and what mission he was sent to earth to carry out, Khalos will have to take a perilous journey of self-discovery and dangers, lurking just behind his shoulder.
The world-building was original and
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Cameron Kobes
Jul 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: read-in-2016
It’s a work of fantasy, though it doesn’t quite fit into any fantasy sub-genre that I’m familiar with. I almost want to say that Whittaker has established an entirely new fantasy sub-genre with it, but I’ll need to see if there are many similar books before jumping to that conclusion.
In the story, god-like beings vie for power in an alternate dimension called the Dreamscape. The mortal world suffers for the struggles between the gods, with the god Watcher and his allies The Sisters serving on
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Karen Wiesner
Jun 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
4 Stars! “All humans are in-dwelt with the need to have a purpose, to understand why they’re placed when and where they are in the world. The main character, Khalos, in Jenna Whittaker’s fantasy novel, Dreamscape, has a burning drive to understand his purpose because he knows right down to the core of his being that there’s something out of reach in his past, present and future that’s brought him where he is and he has something important that he needs to do to fulfill his destiny. Exactly what ...more
Robert Weisskopf
Aug 16, 2016 rated it really liked it
At first I had a great deal of difficulty moving through this book. I want to chalk it up to our age and cultural differences, also it is a genre I don’t usually read. Once I got several chapters in I began to enjoy her story and characters very much. The story flows well and held me. The characters grow and you see their depth. I enjoyed the read once I got into it and recommend it to anyone interested in a good fantasy novel.
Lorraine Romaior
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Jenna Whittaker
Jul 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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