Quest of the Dreamwalker

Corthan Legacy Book 1

Fiction - Fantasy - General
449 Pages
Reviewed on 12/29/2016
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Author Biography

I've always loved large scale fantasy such as Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones, but also the smaller individual tales like Through Wolves' Eyes and Lady of the Haven. This book is woven from tales like those. I hope you enjoy it.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Arya Fomonyuy for Readers' Favorite

Introducing the Corthan Legacy, Quest of the Dreamwalker by Stacy Bennett is a perfect addition to the library of great fantasy tales with exciting settings and solid characters. Cara, described as a “creature of the Keep,” is the daughter of a dreaded sorcerer, guarded by her father for a sinister plan, a woman plagued with nightmares, whose past can only be known by following her dreams.

Why is she denied the freedom of seeing the world outside her prison, a world she dreams of always? Who is she that her father wouldn’t let go? Such are questions that the young woman who knows little or nothing of her past has lived with, but now, after a chance encounter, she pines to discover who she really is, so she decides to go on the quest to unravel the mystery about her past. While escaping being sacrificed by her father, she has to face challenges and things she could never have imagined. Does she really have what it takes to reclaim her magical powers and take her rightful place in the world of magic?

Stacy Bennett casts a powerful spell on readers with this captivating tale, having them locked up in the pages of the book as in a prison. The language is impeccable, at times poetic, laden with imagery and sounds in which readers can revel endlessly; it is filled with magic. The characters — including the magical creatures and giants — are equally captivating. And the plot, oh the fast-paced, absorbing plot with its wonderful and timely twists, will take the reader’s breath away. Both lovers of fantasy and fiction will find themselves in a magical world that will tease them, arrest their emotions, and entertain them. You won’t want to put this one down for a minute. Quest of the Dreamwalker is one of the rare books I have read in a while.