A sharp rap across his back snapped him back to his senses. Weaver focused his weary eyes upon the waste that lay before him and began shoveling at once.
“Smarten up you worthless scum and finish loading the cart. I’ve got better things to do than wait on you all day.”
“Yes Sir,” Weaver choked out as he bit the insides of his cheeks to hold back the mounting pain.
The sooner he finished working on Ruben’s waste duties, the sooner he knew he could get a moments rest. As much as he hated that man, Weaver knew that without Ruben, he would not have made it out of his childhood alive. Weaver often times wondered if Ruben had kept him alive for his own selfish needs – but that mattered not. He was grateful that he was alive, he was well, and despite years of hardships he had reached his sixteenth year at the settlement.
This one is going to be great for all you ‘fantasy’ fans, although for me, this is going to be another of those books which takes me some way out of my comfort zone and hoping for a strong storyline to hook me back in.
‘Dream Caster’ is the first book in the ‘Dream Cycle’ series and is described as … A post-apocalyptic fantasy filled with suspense, darkness, and wonder.
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