Let your imagination run wild with stories of danger and romance.
Wouldn't it be fun to experience firsthand the carefree life of a vagabond and a hunter, do battle with a dragon, find romance at the end of the world? Wouldn't it be even better to board a tram going to a land where fairy tales come to life? It definitely would! But as our characters themselves discover, you, too, will learn that imagination is a double-edged sword, for living a dream is not the same as a dream come true.
Two Stories About Dreams brings two wildly imaginative stories together into one audiobook. "The Hunter and the Dame" tells the story of a young and carefree hunter who entered the gates of the Sun City thinking only of decent lodging for the night. Little did he know that he was destined to slay a dragon and fall in love with a beautiful noblewoman. But was the dragon real, and was the beautiful woman all that she seemed?
"Fairy Trap" takes you on a journey with a traveler who falls asleep on a night tram and becomes the victim of three enchantresses in a match of their skills of seduction. Who was to win the contest, and was there to be a winner? The traveler wakens only to find that the dreams linger on.
For your listening enjoyment, at the end of the audiobook you will find the soundtracks - written by the author - to both of these enchanting romantic mysteries. So sit back, relax, and let your imagination run wild with Two Stories About Dreams.
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An amazing fusion of mesmerising stories and beautiful music.
- Anna Berry
Fairy tales for grow-ups
I liked the rhythm: the way in which the Ainny Klover knows how to breeze through the narrative without insisting on the obvious. The pace and the dialogue is swift, and this keeps you immersed. We linger on descriptions of spaces and characters, of moods and atmospheres but we skip right through weeks or months of narrative when the details cease to be important. The shift between the two is almost unnoticeable. This keep the ethereal character of the story intact. After all, it is fantasy. At the end of both tales, there's a nice twist which either reminds you to drop back to reality, or to question it entirely and revert to fantasy. There is a very thin line between the two worlds and the author traverses it very gracefully..
For some reason it reminded me of Maple Story, I'm not sure why.
No, I haven't I'm afraid. But this performance is quite good. Like I said, I was immersed throughout the entire time. The music is cheery and light throughout the narration and makes a good compliment to the story.
It made me neither laugh nor cry. The stories are a bit naive, for my taste, but for those eager to enjoy a light fantasy, it is a good choice. You have your fair maidens, you enchanting fairies, you dragons, kings, and valiant youths, who ultimately might turn into something more palpable, but there is no drama or action to speak of. So it may not be the proper choice for those seeking adventure-packed fantasy.
Nice piece of narrative. Nice music, Nice performance.
- Olivia Putyer