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Dreaming Creek
Edmund R. Schubert
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Dreaming Creek

3.67  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  3 reviews
High school teacher Danny Wakeman has spent sixteen years believing that his childhood friend, Marcus Gaines, saved his life after an accident. But Danny's perspective on the world gets turned inside-out when he and the woman he wants to marry, Sara McBride, drink from the mystical waters of Dreaming Creek, trade bodies, and get stuck that way... Trapped in each others' ...more
Paperback, 372 pages
Published October 16th 2008 by Lachesis Publishing
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Amy Keeley
Feb 27, 2012 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Fans of body switching stories and alpha females.
Before I begin, I have to give two disclaimers.

First, this review is for the ebook version, which seems to have had some trouble downloading to my Kindle app correctly. The formatting (as of when I read this book) got screwy now and then. However, it's only an annoyance. The book is still very much readable. Second, I recently went through an event similar to one in the book (though not nearly as traumatic) so my review might be skewed from that event.

This is a very good book. It's like a tamer
Sep 06, 2013 rated it liked it
Written in language that a 6 year old could understand, my hopes were pretty low (not that books intended for 6 year olds are bad, but when grown-up books are written that way, you never know). However, once the man/woman characters changed places, I was amused despite it all. It came at the right time in my life, and I enjoyed considering what it would be like for a man to be a woman, and a woman to be a man. Not a new concept, but definitely enjoyed what the author did with it.
Laine Cunningham
Jun 17, 2013 rated it really liked it
This is one of those fun books that actually has something deeper going on. Schubert takes an old idea, swapping bodies, and gives it a fresh spin that takes on gender roles, marriage, and the depth of love.
If you've missed this one so far, take it to the beach this summer. You'll have a great time!
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