The Dragon looked through the window, its lips dripping with drool. She was becoming more its play-thing every day and she did not even know it. Wynne took one last look at the flat where her dreams with her husband, Vaughan, and her small son, Caedmon, were to have come true. "This is not my fault," she told herself. Stiffening her back she took her son's hand and left her husband's home. She did not look back again.
The Dragon spread its wings and flew off in the direction it knew the young woman was taking her son. Fatherlessness that was its goal and it had accomplished it once again. The small boy must never know of the unseen Lord's love. It would make sure of that.
I found the voice work to be excellent. Smooth and fluid, the reader enunciated clearly and used intonation and inflection to bring the text to life. I found the actual story narrative-the stringing together of descriptions and plot points to be hard to follow-but that had mostly to do with how the phrases were put together and the choice of words used to build images.
Dream was an interesting allegory of the spiritual journey many of us are on. The characters are lovable and relatable. By the end of the book I was listening with anticipation for the final battle. The performance by Campbell are amazing and really bring this book to life. There are some very emotional parts which come across to the listener in a meaning full way.