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Beyond the Dreams We Know: A Collection

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In the world of City in the Lake, entering the great forest may lead you to your heart’s desire . . . but the one certainty is that the forest always has its own desires, and might very well tilt anyone’s quest to its own ends.
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In the whole history of the Floating Islands, no girl has ever put on wings and taken flight. Now a special audition has just been announced, a
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Kindle Edition, 331 pages
Published June 15th 2018 by Anara Publishing
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Charlotte
Jul 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2018
such a delight to revisit well loved story-settings from Rachel Neumeier's other books, and to be treated to a new world as well! My one complaint is that the production of the book itself is not great; pages fell out on my first reading.
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3.5 stars. This Kindle Unlimited read was great value/well worth the read. I enjoyed all of the short stories and novellas and the shorter lengths worked well for this author. There was enough content in each for great world-building, and interesting plots and characters. The short formats worked well to keep my interest and leave me satisfied but still curious about what happened next. (As a good shortie should...)
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Jun 24, 2020 added it
A great collection for any fans of Rachel Neumeier's, or anyone interested in exploring her work. About half the stories are in new settings, and half are in worlds established in prior books or series. All can be read without reading the original books, but would probably benefit from the extra context.

I especially liked the story set in the Floating Islands, b/c while that book wrapped well, I've always wanted more books set there.

In general, there's been a trend in fantasy towards darker, g
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Mouselet
Dec 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Fantasy Readers
Recommended to Mouselet by: Rachel Neumeier
Combining additions to existing worlds along with never-before-seen glimpses into others she's created, Rachel Neumeier's new anthology is a must-have for any fantasy reader. Of the seven stories, four are sequels or prequels to previously published books and the other three are wholly unrelated. It's a good overview of Neumeier's talents as an author, easily read in a day, and showcases four of her books' worlds. Personally, I'm going to go and order two of her other books just based on the str ...more
Jo Oehrlein
Sep 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
Loved revisiting all the worlds from the various books. No way for me to pick a favorite.
Lucinda E. Reid
Jul 30, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I enjoyed these fairytale-like stories immensely. Lovely imagery, sweet characters, just a happy, well-written book.
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Rachel Neumeier started writing fiction to relax when she was a graduate student and needed a hobby unrelated to her research. Prior to selling her first fantasy novel, she had published only a few articles in venues such as The American Journal of Botany. However, finding that her interests did not lie in research, Rachel left academia and began to let her hobbies take over her life instead.

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