Bridge of Dreams

Bridge of Dreams

Book - 2012
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"When wizards threaten Glorianna Belladonna and her work to keep Ephemera balanced, her brother, Lee, sacrifices himself in order to save her--and ends up an Asylum inmate in the city of Vision, far away from all he knows. At the same time, a darkness is spreading through Vision--a darkness that hides its nature from the Shamans, who tend the city and its people. Danyal, one of the Shamans, oversees the Asylum. A man whose heart is searching for its own dreams, he is intrigued by Lee's ravings about Bridges and Landscapers and wizards. With the help of Zhahar, a Handler with her own dark secrets, Lee's body and mind improve, and his words begin to make a terrible kind of sense--giving Danyal and Zhahar a glimpse of a world unlike anything they have seen. As Danyal, Lee, and Zhahar work together to uncover the danger threatening Vision, they will be forced to look both beyond and within themselves to discover who they are...and how dangerous they can be"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York, New York : ROC, [2012]
ISBN: 9780451463814
Branch Call Number: SF BISHOP ANNE
Characteristics: 435 p. ; 24 cm


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Sep 04, 2018

The story at the beginning concerns "thinking" that you are always in the shadow of remarkable people/family/friends. This book reminds the reader, through new characters, that when we stop singing operas of "me me me me" then we help others which actually restores us inwardly and makes us thankful. A good read.

Aug 14, 2012

So what happens to Lee at the end of the last book? And what about Gloriana and her divided self? Poor Lee, conflicted about the changes in his sister, uncertain about the path of his own life, and envious of the connections others have found is thrown into a horrible situation trying to protect them all. He meets what may become the person of his dreams, except she and her people are not ready to make the leap. One thing this series lacks is the humour that you'd find throughout the Dark Jewels Trilogy, which makes this a much more intense read.

(Staff) Kyla Zerbes Jun 07, 2012

Raced through this but the ending wasn't very satisfying. Felt like there should be more to the story of Lee :(

Incinerated_Newt Jun 05, 2012

A long-awaited follow-up to Belladonna. This book focuses on Lee and his struggle to reconcile what his sister's done and his part in it. A good read - engrossing and well-paced. If you've read the other Epemera books, don't miss this one.


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