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Shadow Dreaming

Shadow Dreaming Shadow Dreaming is a new novel the first in The Dreaming series The story explores the contemporary lives of Australian Aboriginal Shaman who live within a family based Community in the Northern Rive

  • Title: Shadow Dreaming
  • Author: Jan Hawkins
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Shadow Dreaming is a new novel, the first in The Dreaming series The story explores the contemporary lives of Australian Aboriginal Shaman who live within a family based Community in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales.Explore the lives, loves and culture of the characters as they seek for a balance of the world in which we all live It is a blending of modernShadow Dreaming is a new novel, the first in The Dreaming series The story explores the contemporary lives of Australian Aboriginal Shaman who live within a family based Community in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales.Explore the lives, loves and culture of the characters as they seek for a balance of the world in which we all live It is a blending of modern culture with the ancient spiritual beliefs and practices of our indigenous Australians and the men and women who are so much a part of The Dreaming.Shadow Dreaming, is the first in a series of four books which introduce the spiritual culture of the Aborigines Readers will delight in being able to follow the lives of the characters such as Ty, the sympathetic shaman of his Community, who falls in love with Aine, from the broader multicultural Australian community found in the cities, who becomes his spiritual partner and who in turn is immersed in this unique Aboriginal culture Join them as they fight to find their way in a world which can destroy their love, and their lives.

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      Published :2018-09-04T22:18:21+00:00

    1 thought on “Shadow Dreaming

    1. I had no idea what I was letting myself in for when I picked up this book. Did I expect romance? Yes. A clash of cultures? Yes. A lot of information about the Aboriginal culture? Yes. But swimming with a bunyip? Shape shifting into a dingo? What? There is a very descriptive English word describing amazement not necessarily of the positive kind - gobsmacked. Well this book left me gobsmacked. Sorry.

    2. R2R (LoP) Shadowing DreamingI received a free copy of this book, through LoP, in exchange for a review.Begins the story of a Australian Aboriginal family, but it is really only part of the story. Enters Ty, a true Shaman and leader, against the backdrop of the modern day city. Outside of his community, he is visiting his brother, who is away for school and manages to find himself waking up to a beautiful girl. Aine, the roommate of Ty's brother, is another young adult, living and going to school [...]

    3. What I particularly enjoy about Jan Hawkins work is her assimilation with the spiritual and cultural aspects of the land and her people. It's refreshing to read a novel that encompasses the passions that come with such cultural diversity. The author describes well the personal struggles of the main character and how difficult it can be when someone is torn between the social aspects of life and what they are drawn to be within themselves and their culture. I am finding it a very good and interes [...]

    4. This story was with me for many years and I enjoyed the journey of writing it a great deal. I hope my readers will enjoy it as much as I did. Behind the scenes is a lot of cultural research and some wonderful experiences related to the writing of the series.Join in the ongoing research on a journey of discovery at facebook/authorjanhaw and your welcome to leave comments etc. You can 'like' the page and stay up-to-date with the research and discoveries.Jan

    5. *I received this book in exchange for an honest review (LoP or Lovers of Paranormal)*The spiritual culture of the Australian Aborigines was fascinating and I enjoyed delving into it. However, the writing style was hard for me to get into. But it reflected the dream state (or my idea of it, at least) and so is appropriate to the story. So someone more comfortable with that particular free-flowing, disjointed style would probably have an easier time getting into the story.

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