Dreamland Tree

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Just recently I read the kindle book The Dreamland Tree by Cynthia Farr Weinfeld Cynthia and I had been part of a mini writer s group ten or so years ago and we would read each other s wor

Just recently, I read the kindle book The Dreamland Tree by Cynthia Farr-Weinfeld.  Cynthia and I had been part of a mini writer’s group ten or so years ago, and we would read each other’s work and offer constructive criticism.   So I read pieces of this book when it was still in the early draft stage.  It was an interesting experience reading it as a finished product, but I really enjoyed that experience.The story takes place in a futuristic Maine.  It is about a woman named Elsa Thomas whose husband was killed in a car crash five years earlier.  Her three-year-old son Max was in the car with his father, but his body has never been found, and she holds on to the hope that he is still alive out there somewhere.  Simply put, Elsa just can’t seem to “Let It Go.”She is currently a dream researcher at a business called Dormitech.  It is now 2036, and a lot has happened since 2015.  There were a couple of epidemics that wiped out large populations of people, including Elsa’s mother and father.  But there have also been advancements in the way people research dreams.  For example, Elsa has the ability to actually watch a patient’s dream on a screen as though she’s watching a fragmented movie.  Her newest patient is Belinda Quiqley—a 44-year-old woman (born in 1992, mind you) who was in a car accident with her young son and now can’t stop dreaming about the incident.  Elsa takes an instant disliking to the woman who reminds her of all she has lost.  Then there is a young man named Nate Gould who also works at Dormitech and has grown fond of Elsa.  A romance unfolds between the two of them, even as she feels guilty for letting go of her husband and son.The novel combines a lot of different elements.  It combines science-fiction with crime fiction and suspense, and there’s some romance as well.  My experience was a little bit unusual because I had talked with the author years ago and had come to the conclusion that the book was going to go down a totally different route than it actually ended up going.   However, I think that, overall, it made for a better story and a more compelling protagonist.I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a good page-turner.Good Dreamland Tree By Cynthia Farr-Weinfeld am Ebook How far would you go to get what you lost Elsa Thomas is a woman with a big problem She can t let go of the past Five years ago, she lost both her husband and son in one day to a tragic car accident Her husband died instantly, but her son was stolen from the car, presumably by the person who hit them and ran away from the scene Her son s body was never recovered and ElHow far would you go to get what you lost Elsa Thomas is a woman with a big problem She can t let go of the past Five years ago, she lost both her husband and son in one day to a tragic car accident Her husband died instantly, but her son was stolen from the car, presumably by the person who hit them and ran away from the scene Her son s body was never recovered and Elsa has always harbored the hope that he might be alive out there somewhere Now, she s beginning to feel that it s time to let go She s falling for a co worker, Nathan Gould and she s wracked with guilt about it Just as things seem to be coming together with Nate, Elsa discovers something through her work as a sleep and dream researcher that leads her to believe she s found the person who stole her son from her Things escalates quickly to possibly disastrous consequences for Elsa and Nate Fiction Science Fiction Futuristic. Cynthia Farr-Weinfeld Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Dreamland Tree book, this is one of the most wanted Cynthia Farr-Weinfeld author readers around the world. . Popular Book Dreamland Tree Just recently, I read the kindle book The Dreamland Tree by Cynthia Farr-Weinfeld.  Cynthia and I had been part of a mini writer’s group ten or so years ago, and we would read each other’s work and offer constructive criticism.   So I read pieces of this book when it was still in the early draft stage.  It was an interesting experience reading it as a finished product, but I really enjoyed that experience.The story takes place in a futuristic Maine.  It is about a woman named Elsa Thomas whose husband was killed in a car crash five years earlier.  Her three-year-old son Max was in the car with his father, but his body has never been found, and she holds on to the hope that he is still alive out there somewhere.  Simply put, Elsa just can’t seem to “Let It Go.”She is currently a dream researcher at a business called Dormitech.  It is now 2036, and a lot has happened since 2015.  There were a couple of epidemics that wiped out large populations of people, including Elsa’s mother and father.  But there have also been advancements in the way people research dreams.  For example, Elsa has the ability to actually watch a patient’s dream on a screen as though she’s watching a fragmented movie.  Her newest patient is Belinda Quiqley—a 44-year-old woman (born in 1992, mind you) who was in a car accident with her young son and now can’t stop dreaming about the incident.  Elsa takes an instant disliking to the woman who reminds her of all she has lost.  Then there is a young man named Nate Gould who also works at Dormitech and has grown fond of Elsa.  A romance unfolds between the two of them, even as she feels guilty for letting go of her husband and son.The novel combines a lot of different elements.  It combines science-fiction with crime fiction and suspense, and there’s some romance as well.  My experience was a little bit unusual because I had talked with the author years ago and had come to the conclusion that the book was going to go down a totally different route than it actually ended up going.   However, I think that, overall, it made for a better story and a more compelling protagonist.I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a good page-turner.

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  • Just recently, I read the kindle book The Dreamland Tree by Cynthia Farr Weinfeld Cynthia and I had been part of a mini writer s group ten or so years ago, and we would read each other s work and offer constructive criticism So I read pieces of this book when it was still in the early draft stage It was an interesting experience reading it as a finished product, but I really enjoyed that experience.The story takes place in a futuristic Maine It is about a woman named Elsa Thomas whose husband wa [...]



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