Can’t Wait Wednesday - The Dream Gatherer by Kristen Britain (@dawbooks)

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, originally hosted by Jill over at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating. Since Jill is no longer hosting it, I'm joining Can’t Wait Wednesday movement over at Wishful Endings.

The Dream Gatherer by Kristen Britain
Expected publication: October 23rd 2018 by DAW

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the New York Times bestselling Green Rider series, this short volume introduces readers to new sides of Sacoridia in two new short stories and a novella.

In The Dream Gatherer, Kristen Britain presents a novella and two short stories set in the universe of her best selling Green Rider series in celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the publication of her first novel, Green Rider.

The Dream Gatherer
Dreams can be dangerous. A visit with the eccentric Berry sisters turns dangerous when an arcane device is discovered in their house that can summon dreamers through their dreams, and one of them is a nightmare.

Wishwind
Finding peace during the Long War. Raised in an orphan camp, Green Rider Danalong has known only war and strife, until a shipwreck leaves him stranded on a mysterious island.

Linked, on the Lake of Souls
A story of friendship within a story of friendship. In the sixth volume of the Green Rider series, Firebrand, a wounded Karigan G'ladheon asks her friend Estral to tell her a story to take her mind off her pain. This is that story.

The book includes illustrations and backstory on the creation of Green Rider by the author, and a special introduction by award-winning science fiction and fantasy author, Julie E. Czerneda.


It has been an embarrassingly long time since I read the first Green Rider book, and I'm anxious to get back into Karigan's world. I just got an e-ARC of this last week, so it'll be hitting the top of Mt. TBR very soon.

Comments

  1. I've had my eye on this one, but since I haven't read any of her Green Rider books, I wonder if I can still follow these stories.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. I believe the stories are intended to work as an introduction, and I remember almost nothing after 15+ years, so I'll let you know. :)

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