What I Like Bogda Tien

ISBN: 9781441542397

Published: September 21st 2009


92 pages


What I Like  by  Bogda Tien

What I Like by Bogda Tien
September 21st 2009 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 92 pages | ISBN: 9781441542397 | 9.70 Mb

THIS BOOK HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY EDITED AND FORMATTED FOR THE KINDLE to insure that the quality of its presentation equals that of its content. All of the minor formatting glitches and typos, referenced in some of the early user reviews, have been resolved. This e-book has an active table of contents and has been designed to allow you to jump between chapters with a flick of the Kindles four-way controller (or joystick in older Kindles).* * * * * *Synopsis:A dark force is born from the uncommon imaginations of young Sean and Cole Golden, casting a cold shadow over Nod, the ever-changing land of dreams.

When the malevolent entity abducts the Sandman, and then snatches its own creators from their cozy beds in an Iowa farmhouse, Jake (the boys’ cynical father) is forced to resurrect the imaginative child within in order to cross the adult-proof barrier that separates the real from the surreal. In Nod, a world literally made of our dreams, the younger Jake must rescue Sean, Cole, and the Sandman before the sleep-deprived citizens of the world burn everything to the ground.Jake faces physical manifestations of all manner of dreams, including a treacherous money forest, Lost Lake (where mankind’s collected regrets churn beneath black waters), They and Them (monochromatic Siamese twins who are the architects of The Rules for accountants and elementary school teachers), The Tree of Hope, and Death himself—who turns out to be a pretty nice guy.

But despite the wondrous locales and characters contained in the story, there is a current of authentic emotion tethering the whimsical fantasy elements to a credible reality like the string of a bright red balloon tied around a childs wrist.SLEEPWALKER: THE LAST SANDMAN is a modern fantasy without wizards, faeries, dragons, or vampires.

It is an exploration of the origin of dreams and the tale of a world-weary, brokenhearted father’s love for the sons he has neglected far too long. It is a fantastical journey through lost love and rediscovered hope that may lead to redemption—for one family, and the world entire.A thematic cousin to PETER PAN and ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND, this unique adventure offers emotional complexity to mature readers while delivering a thrilling ride for the young and the young at heart.* * * * * *From Red Adepts Kindle Book Review Blog:4 1/2 StarsThe writing style of Mr.

Marlowe had a wonderful flow to it that kept me enthralled throughout. The descriptions were vivid, bringing the dream world to life. Although this is listed as a YA novel, it is just as enjoyable for adults, if not more so. This was an amazing effort from a first-time novel author. I was truly impressed with the artistic style and professional quality.

(Excerpted) - Red Adept* * * * * *

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