The Legend of Sparrow, Wendell G Sweet Geo Dell

Dreamer’s Worlds: Sparrow Spirit

By Dell Sweet As Joe and Laura fall deeper into the Dreamer’s Worlds they learn more about why they have been drawn there. They search to learn more about the legend of Sparrow Spirit, a young girl who has been trapped within stone for ten thousand years, but learning changes nothing. Their purpose is clear, they must act: They must free Sparrow spirit, even though it could claim their mortal lives… Less Laura Kast: Laura is a dreamer: When she was a little girl she knew she was destined to dream. She fought it and that fight nearly killed her, She found herself on the streets, drug addicted, away from the people who could guide her, teach her to use her great power. Eventually she learned that she could not deny it. She began to learn how to dream, how to walk her walk. She learned slowly at first, but faster as time went by. 
She learns to travel from place to time to world with the ease of a thought. Her power is incredible and sometimes it scares her when she wonders where it might lead her. Dreamers that she has known have never fared well in the real world. They were not born for it. Purposed for it. And they are at odds with it for all of their lives. It feels the same for her. 
She meets another Dreamer, Joe. They pass in their dreams. But their dreams seem to be becoming one… The same in purpose and destiny. And she finds herself drawn to this man. He awakens something in her that she has denied for years but now feels powerless to ignore. 
Joe’s life did not include dreaming, but he learns that the creator chooses whom he chooses and the power is given to be used. His life has been a series of misjudgments. Paralyzing losses. A young wife carrying their child mysteriously killed. He has been directionless, uninterested in life since that tragedy five years before. 
Joe Miller: Joe is a young man who is unsure of himself. What he should be: Whether he can live it. He does not know what sort of man he should be. How to find himself. Make his own life. He finds himself pulled farther and farther into the Dreamer’s Worlds against his will. A world he does not completely understand; but the things that at first made no sense begin to make sense, and the real world he thought he knew eventually falls away from him to be replaced by a spirit world that seems to be ever changing, shifting. Becoming something that is as yet unseen. A mystery to him. But a world that pulls him, seems to need him more than the world of flesh and blood.
The beautiful and mysterious Laura pulls him deeper into the Dreamers Worlds, yet she always seems to elude him. Just out of reach. Just out of view. Gone for days and then there as if she had always been there. A small sparrow in the trees of a dream world, then a woman, dark and beautiful before his eyes, seeming to pull him closer to her against his will. 
Laura works her way into his heart. A heart that has been ravaged from his losses, and begins to heal it. He knows then that he loves her, and that he will follow her where ever she leads. 
Along with Bear, a Spirit Wolf they strike out to save Sparrow Spirit from her stone prison. But the mission will not be easy. Her prison lies within the City of the Dead, and the living can not enter. The City of the Dead is controlled by the Thief of Souls, and he is aware they are on their way and will use all the demons and creatures at his beck and call to kill them and prevent Sparrow Spirit’s rescue.
Vonia, the Queen of the Dead, holds the underground together and the vast armies of opposition that dwell in the tunnels and caverns beneath the City of The Dead: She may be their only hope. Together with her armies they may be able to tip the odds in their favor and overthrow the Thief of Souls…


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