It was a land of shadows and ice. Of gray. And grayer. And black. Deep in the shadows lurked inhuman creatures, twisted of limb and hideous of countenance. Things one did well to avoid seeing.
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I first read it in the spring of when I was on a desperate hunt for clues to discover what the heck Jericho Barrons was and trying to assuage the pain of the wait for Shadowfever. Into the Dreaming then was a fun read, provided me with what I thought at the time were decent clues but in the end did not turn out to be anything but a sweet distraction. Once again I find myself in a desperate wait for Moning to publish her books.
Fever Moon, which is a graphic novel with a new Barrons and Mac storyline is scheduled to be released on July 10, Like a good addicted fan, I have already pre-ordered it. I have that pre-ordered as well. And that is for all of her books — I own and have read and listened and re-read and re-listened multiple times to all of her books.
I bought both CDs released that accompany her Fever world. I am a semi-regular reader of her blog, I have posted at her forum and I have considered going to her new release parties in New Orleans. I write all of this so you will all understand I am a fan of her work. Have I proven myself?
Okay, so here it is — Into the Dreaming with bonus material is not worth paying the hardcover or new release e-book price.
Get it from the library, look for the older anthology Tapestry and read the short story there. This book offers fans very little to justify the price tag. How does this short story fit in? Into the Dreaming, the short story, is not connected in story arc to any of the highlander books and many fans read it last — after having finished Spell of a Highlander.
Okay, so why is Into the Dreaming with bonus material not worth the new release price tag? No Substantive Material There is the short story Into the Dreaming — but that has already been released in an anthology 10 years ago and as an ebook short by itself.
If you have already read this, the new re-release is not worth buying the book to read again. Moning includes a proposal sent to a publisher for a never published romance novel. Why is this interesting?
Anyway, it is a waste of time to read. Moning includes a deleted scene from Kiss of a Highlander. The scene is not great and I agree with the original move to delete it from the novel.
Moning includes an alternate opening to Dark Highlander that she scrapped because she rightfully in my opinion got the storyline wrong. She wanted to take Dark Highlander in a different direction, with a different heroine!
The published version is better. Again, in my opinion the alternate opening is not worth the time to read. And Ms. Moning made a very good decision to toss this version and go with what was ultimately published. Dark Highlander is my favorite in the highlander series, so for me reading the alternate version was not enjoyable at all. There is an excerpt from Dark Fever in this book, okay I am guessing that most people paying the new release price have read Dark Fever and if not — it is readily available elsewhere.
Moning includes a teaser of her new graphic novel Fever Moon, which is a graphic novel and the images are in black and white. Fever Moon is going to be released in July …. To read more reviews like this and this review check out: www.
Into the Dreaming
It was a land of shadows and ice. Of gray. And grayer. And black.
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Of gray. And grayer. And black. Deep in the shadows lurked inhuman creatures, twisted of limb and hideous of countenance. Things one did well to avoid seeing. Should the creatures enter the pale bars of what passed for light in the terrible place, they would die, painfully and slowly. As would he—the mortal Highlander imprisoned within columns of sickly light—should he succeed in breaking the chains that held him and seek escape through those terrifying shadows.