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by Brian N. Wasankari

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Brian N. Wasankari
Ring of Fire Publishing (July 24, 2012)
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Dreams of the Immortal book. What if a teenage outcast on the verge of suicide discovered. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Dreams of the Immortal. by. Brian N. Wasankari.

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The previous life was a peerless genius in the world of immortality. He was killed by 3 celestial beings. All he wanted to do was to become an immortal and return to the immortal world, and he became the strongest man on the earth, turning his hands into clouds and covering his hands with rain, provoking anyone who defies him! He is the venerable one! The ruler of 3000 worlds! the guy who is 10 000 times better than Thanos! He is Taixuan Taizun! The Great Immortal!

He tried his best to ignore the illusions for the remainder of the casting, and when he got to the part where Ismerelda said, Record what notes you need in your book, he released the spell

He tried his best to ignore the illusions for the remainder of the casting, and when he got to the part where Ismerelda said, Record what notes you need in your book, he released the spell. Valyrie turned when the images faded away. What sort of magic was that?

Books in Book of Immortals (3 Book Series). Shann saved the world almost twenty years ago and has the Book of Immortals. In the book it shows the person responsible for the next world disaster in the Arcadia Mountains.

Books in Book of Immortals (3 Book Series). Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. Also (tells of the) reincarnation of the only man she has ever loved, Aaren.

In the land of Achoron, there were two kingdoms

In the land of Achoron, there were two kingdoms. One forged by war, Arendal; a country of pastures and stone, rich with metal and industry. Finally, he found his way into the Cloister of the Immortals; in the center of the circular room stood a pedestal where lay the golden rose, just as legend said, Idrolian’s Boon. The hope of Halden restored in his heart, Brian wept with joy. He took the power of immortality in his hand, and became like the Gods and Elves. Seeing Brian become undying angered them, and they took back the gift they gave to the Elves so long ago. The rose wilted in Brian’s hands; its petals turned brown and dead.

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Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. om the start of the twentieth century. Among his most famous works are: The Invaders (1901), The Wooing of Esther Gray (1902), The Wings of the Morning (1903), The Stowmarket Mystery; or, A Legacy of Hate (1904), The King of Diamonds (1904), The Albert Gate Mystery (1904), Heart's Delight (1906), The Wheel O' Fortune (1907. The Captain of the Kansas (1907), The Red Year (1908), One Wonderful Night (1912), The Stowaway Girl (1912), Number Seventeen (1915) and The Postmaster's Daughter (1916).

What if a teenage outcast on the verge of suicide discovered he was the reincarnation of one of the Eight Immortals of Chinese folklore? In DREAMS OF THE IMMORTAL, Alex Bennett makes this discovery and is thrust into a battle between ancient Chinese gods for a sword that disappeared when he was murdered in his last life. Now, Alex is the only person who can know where that sword is. The only problem is that he has no memory of the sword or of his prior existence. It is only by learning to let go of the artifice of mind and body that Alex has built in this life, that he can hope to rediscover his original self, find the sword, defeat a hidden enemy, and reclaim a stolen love. Ultimately, Alex learns that only by waking from the dream of life may one become truly immortal. Publisher's Weekly calls DREAMS OF THE IMMORTAL "richly layered," and "written in a fast paced, action-packed style," in which "each chapter ends with a page-turning cliff hanger."
  • This was more than a good story; it was an experience that moved me and changed the way I look at the world. The novel itself tells the tale of a high school boy who discovers first that he is the reincarnation of a Chinese immortal and second, that this may not be such a good thing because at least one Chinese god is after him for a sword that he owned in his last life. The only way to find the sword and defeat his enemy is to find himself. This is the twist that makes the story special. It allows the author, and the reader, to explore who we as people are, what really matters, and ultimately, what is real. In this way, the book stays true to the Chinese myths, while communicating a meaningful message about the nature of life itself. I highly recommend it.

  • The story line in Dream of the Immortal is engrossing and very original in comparison with the numerous English language hero quest tales based around Greco-Roman mythology. Alex is a sympathetic character in many ways. Many 16 year olds feel lost about their identities, but Alex truly is unsure of his real identity when he discovers he is the reincarnation of a Chinese immortal. He also struggles with a mother who subsumes her personality based on the current boyfriend and an estranged father who has put his job ahead of maintaining a relationship with his son.

    However, there are several sloppy mistakes in the text that jerked me out of the narrative flow. The author repeatedly misuses "you're/your" and "they're/their/there" plus some sentences are almost incomprehensible because words were added without deleting the previous thoughts. Overall, this novel is a good first work, but it needs some editing to tighten the writing style and remove basic errors. I hope to see more creative endeavors from the author.

  • While this is not the usual genre for me, I quite enjoyed this book and would read more of Mr. Wasankari's work. The characters were well drawn and made you wish to discover their fate and the story moved at a good pace, never insulting my intellengence.

  • I loved this book. I thought Wasankari's imagination combined with the ancient Chinese myths and wisdom was quite stunning. I've read novels before based on ancient teachings, but seldom have I seen an author who had enough imagination to make the present day portions of the book as interesting and lively as Brian has done. There are many beautifully written sentences and paragraphs that could only have come from the author's own imagination. There are lots of Taoist bits of wisdom interspersed throughout the conversations of the characters. I thought I had the whole thing figured out, but not quite. The best part of it is that he kept it real all the way to the end. I didn't have to go back in the book or my memory to see how it could possibly turned out "this way"!

  • The reader is instantly drawn into Alex's difficult life and caught up in his struggle for survival. The first two chapters of this ABNA Entry leave me wanting more! I can't wait to read the entire novel!

  • I don't normally write reviews, but this book merits one for two reasons:
    1) This is a really, really good story.
    2) Without some editing, this is a really, really poor book.

    I won't go into too many details regarding the story, as I'd like to avoid spoilers, but this is absolutely a 5-star story. The reason for the two-star review is the editorial state of this book - or lack thereof. This book is riddled with mistakes of all shapes and sizes, from the constant "Your" vs. "You're" mistakes and other incorrect homophones, to sentences that don't make grammatical sense (presumably because the author chose to rephrase a sentence and ended up leaving some words in from the old version), to "jerky" paragraphs and transitions, everything about this book is begging to be edited.

    If you are tolerant of the sort of mistakes described in the previous paragraph, I would strongly recommend you read this book - I'm sure you'll enjoy it. If, like me, you find that such mistakes interfere with your reading flow, do yourself a favor and wait for an edited version. If and when such a version comes out, I will be happy to bump my rating up to five stars.

  • It's easy to see why this made the cut for Amazon's Breakthrough Novel Award. The reader is dropped directly into the main character's dilemma, but in a way that invites further reading to figure out exactly what's going on and why. And then, just when you think you have it figured out, the story twists and the real excitement begins. Looking forward to reading the full novel.

  • I love getting free books. so if you got this one for free you will not be disappointed. I liked it.