Strange the DreamerBook - 2017
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Lazlo Strange is a dreamer, so when is offered the chance to go to the unnamed city and help stop a war, he is more than willing. He might be the key to solving the problem between the gods and humans.
ArapahoeLauraRose May 07, 2018
Lazlo was charming and engaging, and Sarai melancholy and sympathetic. I enjoyed learning the people, places, and rules of this fantasy world. However, despite the novel's length, I didn't form any deep attachments to the characters or the world. An enjoyable read, but not a world that I would re... Read More »
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His books were not his dream. Moreover, he had tucked his dream into their pages like a bookmark, and been content to leave it there for too long. The fact was: Nothing he might ever do or read or find inside the Great Library of Zosma was going to bring him one step closer to Weep. Only a journey would do that.
One can't be irredeemable who shows reverence for books.
"One looked at him and thought 'Here is a great man, and also a good one,' though few men are ever both." -pg 69
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