Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Thoughts On: The Dreamer's Thread, Ep 21, 22, 23, & 24

The Dreamer's Thread

By:  Starla Huchton

Genre:  Fantasy

Format:  Ep 21 ~  21:18 mins

Chapters:  38

Book Synopsis:
Everyone Dreams.  But what would you do if you suddenly found out that you were one of the few who creates dreams for the whole world?  Would you use your power to harness the light and weave it into beautiful tapestries of magic and wonder, or would you fall prey to the seductive siren song of darkness and nightmares?  For artist Aura Mayville, this becomes a reality as she is ripped from her life.

This Episode:
Aura receives a timeline, a letter, and a lie...

My Thoughts and Summary:
Aura's inner self shows through as she gives a firework light display trying to lighten the mood of worry.  A time line has come, we know how many days to come.  But things change...

The battle starts.


Format:  Podcast, Ep 22 ~  40:45 mins

Chapters:  39 & 40

This Episode:
The enemy arrives as Aura squares off against Rose...

My Thoughts and Summary:
The fight is on!  Aura is drained for a bit from a connection she needed to make for the region.  After she's recovered she gives an encouraging speech.  And feels the presence of Rose.

Will Aura find a weakness in the strong darkness of Rose?


Format:  Podcast, Ep 23 ~  23:35 mins

Chapters:  41

This Episode:
Plans progress for the coming battle as Aura's friends make a discover about her...

My Thoughts and Summary:
After Aura's fight... fixing herself and helping Ina with her condition.

Oh wait now.  A secret love? Or crush maybe.  Ooo, I like this.  Then off to battle the arm goes.  Aura gets there, and the odds look... not in their favor.  But, they might have a one-up over the Nightmare creatures.  Just maybe...


Format:  Podcast, Ep 24 ~  44:00 mins

Chapters:  42 & 43

This Episode:
Plans progress for the coming battle as Aura's friends make a discover about her...

My Thoughts and Summary:
I love the use of youthful movies and Disney in this story.  And a bit of a twist to what Aura does at the end.

What?  You thought I'd tell you exactly what happened?  Nope, you have to listen, or read it. :)

I'll share my overall thoughts of the story soon. :)

You can learn more about Starla Huchton's works at her site:

You can listen to The Dreamer's Thread by Starla Huchton for free at:
(the whole book is available for listen now)

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Melliane said...

oh yes it must be fun to have movies and Disney in a story I agree. Mainly if it's done well.

Melissa (Books and Things) said...

You are mean... tell us! LOL

Disney... curiouser and curiouser... ;)

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

It was cute. This story was all cute. :) Thank you Melliane.

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

LOL! Melissa (B&T) I just couldn't. So yes...I'm mean, and love it. ;D