The Eternal Dreams Trilogy (Most Imaginative Setting Winner 2012)

The Eternal Dreams Trilogy (Most Imaginative Setting Winner 2012)

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Christopher Compton By TheInseparableSix Updated May 08, 2015

Eternal Dreams is a fiction fantasy trilogy about six teenage friends who escape into a dream world to hide from the horrors of their own lives, only to find that reality is catching up with them anyway. Drephoria, the name of the stunning dream world created from their collective minds, will test the limits of their friendship, break the balance between good and evil and prove the true values of memories and the imagination. 

The first book in the trilogy, "The Curse of Memories," focuses on the central character Kail and his dark past, told through memories, while simultaneously introducing the rest of his friends (known as The Inseparable Six) and the other strange and deadly inhabitants of Drephoria. Pitted against the dark queen Malise and her legendary allies known as The Forgotten Four, Kail and his friends must rid their world of evil before they lose themselves forever. Nostalgic, thrilling, heart-breaking, and consistently memorable, Eternal Dreams is fantasy at its finest.

Harch1 Harch1 Oct 18, 2013 02:46AM
I bought the book i promise you it is a great story and to believe this was made by a young adult/teen. Very touching and worth your money.
ACNichols ACNichols Apr 16, 2013 09:43PM
Intriguing love the point your making with this introduction.
@asat3683 Thanks! I'm glad you're enjoying it :) Cora and Osias are two of my personal favourites as well
@sparks292 Thanks, and I agree. Mostly I would consider the trilogy "Young Adult Fiction," but sometimes it strays into a more mature category that is hard for me to define. Hence why I made the warning :)
sparks292 sparks292 Feb 07, 2013 02:28PM
I think this note is a good idea as it lets people know what they're getting into. It's hard to say if Eternal Dreams is for kids or adults, but I think it's up to the reader to decide if they're comfortable with the content or not
@debc2501 Not quite my intention, but an interesting way of looking at it :P