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Hero of Dreams Something Vital Is Missing From David Hero S Comfortable, Ordinary Existence One Day Is Much Like The Next, Simple, Predictableboring.But The Nights Each Night David Hero Finds Himself Transported To A Marvelous World Where Brave Men And Women Battle Terrible Creatures Possessed Of Cruel, Dark Powers.Despite His Fears, The Dreamworlds Tempt David, Drawing Him Farther And Farther From The Waking World Here He Finds Noble Warriors Beautiful, Loving Women And Challenges Almost Greater Than He Can Imagine.

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Hero of Dreams
  • Brian Lumley
  • English
  • 24 December 2018
  • 0812524195

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  1. says:

    This was a fairly strange book Previously unpublished before this volume was put out close to 30 years ago, this is the story of two people who are heroes in a dreamworld they share even though they re perfectly mundane in the real world The heroics they go through int he dream world have a lot of Lovecraftian angles to them, and go full blown by the end.I enjoyed this well enough, but I suppose it s just strange in that the story itself just happens There doesn t feel like there s a lot of a This was a fairly strange book Previously unpublished before this volume was put out close to 30 years ago, this is the story of two people who are heroes in a dreamworld they share even though they re perfectly mundane in the real world The heroics they go through int he dream world have a lot...


  2. says:

    Sword and Mythos fiction too Entertaining to be HorrificBrian Lumley s Hero of Dreams is an overt mashup of Lovecraft s Dreamcycle and Leiber s Fafred and Gray Mouser series The premise is great and reinforces Lumley s Khash series written in a similar vein i.e fun Sword Sorcery adventure in a Weird Fiction, Cthulhu esque world The stories are too fun for a reader to feel horror or tension, but the milieu is enjoying to explore Like Fritz Leiber s Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser stories Sword and Mythos fiction too Entertaining to be HorrificBrian Lumley s He...


  3. says:

    Basically this is 70s 80s era Sword and Sorcery Moorcock Leiber set in HP Lovecraft s dreamlands.While there are Lovecraftian horrors in a few places and some back forth into the real world, the majority of it occurs in the Dreamlands so it plays out like a Conan Elric Grey Mouser tale with familiar anddifficult to pronounce place names If you re looking for Lovecraft or Mythos writing style, forget it This is mostly Sword Sorcery writing style, occasionally delving into so Basically this is 70s 80s era Sword and Sorcery Moorcock Leiber set in HP Lovecraft s dreamlands.While there are Lovecraftian horrors in a few places and some back forth into the real world, the majority of it occurs in the Dreamlands so it plays out like a Conan Elric Grey Mouser tale with familiar anddifficult to pronounce place names If you...


  4. says:

    Lumley should stick to vampire horror books This is his attempt at a fantasy SiFi man transported to another world story While not bad it s doesn t stand out in any way Not recommended


  5. says:

    Sword and Mythos fiction too Entertaining to be HorrificBrian Lumley s Hero of Dreams is an overt mashup of Lovecraft s Dreamcycle and Leiber s Fafred and Gray Mouser series The premise is great and reinforces Lumley s Khash series written in a similar vein i.e fun Sword Sorcery adventure in a Weird Fiction, Cthulhu esque world The stories are too fun for a reader to feel horror or tension, but the milieu is enjoying to explore Like Fritz Leiber s Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser stories Sword and Mythos fiction too Entertaining to be HorrificBrian Lumley s Hero of Dreams is an overt mashup of Lovecraft s Dreamcycle and Leiber s Fafred and Gray Mouser series The premise is great and reinforces Lumley s Khash series written in a similar vein i.e fun Sword Sorcery adventure in a Weird Fiction, Cthulhu esque world The stories are too fun for a reader to feel horror or tension, but the milieu is enjoying to explore Like Fritz Leiber s Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser stories The Swords of Lankhmar, the Scooby Doo vibe emanates from the story there are horrors show, but the story is too fun to be scared One could argue that horrific lands...


  6. says:

    By Day Boring, But By Night Always a New Adventure Audiobook Would you give up a perfectly good but predictably boring life to live in an ever challenging and changing dreamworld David Hero Professor Dingle known in the story as Hero Eldin the wanderer are two such people who do.Hero Eldin are your typical good hearted rouges who travel through the dreamworld looking for the next adventure to earn fame and fortune But like most rouges they inevitably end up making their wo By Day Boring, But By Night Always a New Adventure Audiobook Would you give up a perfectly good but predictably boring life to live in an ever challenging and changing dreamworld David Hero Professor Dingle known in the story as Hero Eldin the wanderer are two such people who do.Hero Eldin are your typical ...


  7. says:

    i originally picked this up because i had read that it took place within H.P Lovecraft s mythos, but there was very little of the Lovecraft flavor to this book It waspulp fantasy adventure than unnamable horrors though references to Cthulhu, the Plateau of Leng, etc were sprinkled throughout That said, it was a fun, quick read but I don t plan on continuing the series.This is the second book of Lumley s I ve tried, the first being Necroscope which I made about halfway through befo i originally picked this up because i had read that it took place within H.P Lovecraft s mythos, but there was very little of the Lovecraft flavor to this book It waspulp fantasy adventure than unnamable horrors though references to Cthulhu, the Plateau of Leng, etc were sprinkled throughout That said, it was a fun, quick read but I don t plan on continuing the series.This is the second book of Lumley s I ve tried, the first being N...


  8. says:

    Lumely has witten some passable Lovecraft Howard and to some degree C.A Smith as well. mashup Sword and Sorcery tales before Thisjust doesn t measure up Explaining why would entail spoilers galore Therefore, Unless you just can t get enough of the Bored Modern Hero leads a life of quiet desperarion until Shazam they are shanghaied off to adventure in a land eligble pricess and horrible monsters you would be better off moving on to the next book at the foot of Mt Read Pile.In fairne Lumely has witten some passable Lovecraft Howard and to some degree C.A Smith as well. mashup Sword and Sorcery tales ...


  9. says:

    I wanted to give this book a higher rating because it was so much fun, but in the end because of the simplistic style to say nothing of Mr Lumley s abilities, which I have the utmost respect , I decided to step it back one This book brought me back to all the old, terrible, but fantastic, 80 s fantasy movies Think Krull Think Beastmaster Think Dragonslayer Once you have these gloriously campy movies in mind, add on a layer of Cuthulhu mythos on top of...


  10. says:

    Not a bad novel, but it did feel like a generic fantasy novel I thought that some neat stuff could be done with the worlds of the waking and of the dreams, but we got very little of the waking world, a...

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