The Dreamosphere


The Dreamosphere
Laura Stoddard

What if dreams don’t disappear when we wake up? Haunted by her sister’s death, Gwenevere Stoker takes solace in her Dreamosphere—a web of dreams. But when someone begins destroying her dreams, Gwen must find the culprit—or risk losing all her happiness forever. Bask in the mystery and imagination of dreams in this touching, funny, mind-bending children’s tale that encompasses themes of grief, friendship, family, healing, and grand adventure!


“What do you think happens to your dreams after you wake up?”

Gwen shrugged distractedly, too disoriented by her sudden arrival in the remarkable setting to focus. “I dunno. They disappear?”

The unblinking grey eyes of her young companion flashed as she leaned forward. “Incorrect. Every dream you’ve ever had still exists. All of them. They reside in a dimension called the Dreamosphere. It’s where we are right now, as a matter of fact. Each dream basically exists as its own world, or dream-orb. There are thousands and thousands of them, connected like drops of dew on a gigantic spider web. Every dream you’ve ever had, Gwen. They’re all up here. And you can visit them any time you want.”

Tabitha, the enigmatic child who shares this information, has some even more shocking news. Gwen’s dreamosphere is in danger. Someone has been hacking into it—destroying her dream orbs, erasing pieces of her past, and affecting Gwen in more ways than she realizes. Together, Gwen and Tabitha travel through the outlandish landscape of Gwen’s dream worlds to find the person responsible. What will happen to Gwen when all her dreams are gone? What critical clues lie within the pages of her dream journal? And what does Edgar Allan Poe have to do with it all?


Praise for the Dreamosphere!

“An exciting and unique adventure for young readers. Kids will never look at their dreams the same.”  – Dorine White, author of The Emerald Ring (Cleopatra’s Legacy)

“It’s Inception meets Disney–a wildly original tale of friendship, redemption, and a whole lot of crazy dreams!” – Preston Norton, author of Blud and Magick

The Dreamosphere, Laura Stoddard’s debut novel, is an intriguing mix of fantasy, suspense and mystery. Full of surprises, it will keep young readers guessing until the last chapter.” – Anola Pickett, author of Whisper Island

“Such a clever and unique book! Easy to get lost in the story. It’s a book I’ll read again and again.” – Marianne Jennings, Product Manager, Media Library of Deseret Book

“I love this story because it’s so creative and exciting! My favorite part of the book is all of Gwen’s dreams. They’re mini adventures and I wish I could revisit some of my own dreams. There are a lot of different emotions that Gwen felt and I found myself feeling them with her. A perfectly imaginative read!” – Heidi Ellsworth, magnificent mother of three

“Dreams, fantasies, mysteries and death as witnessed and described by an idiosyncratic, precocious 11-year-old girl who discovers the beautiful solution to it all and to herself.  This book is a journey of a little girl figuring out who she is by harnessing the power of dreams, be they harmonious or destructive, to help herself and her world to safer, more enlightened ground.” – Kathryn Mix, marvelous mother of two

Product Details
Title: The Dreamosphere
Author: Laura Stoddard
Paperback: 208 pages
Publisher: Sweetwater Books
Release Date: July 8, 2014
ISBN-13: 978-1462114443
Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.4
Price: $14.99
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