• Dreamwalker

  • The Path of Sacred Power
  • By: Mary Summer Rain
  • Narrated by: Nancy Fish
  • Length: 3 hrs and 2 mins
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Dreamwalkers are those rare few who are led by the spirit, have shed the yoke of desire, and have discarded the need for material gain and all evidence of negative thought. Freed from personal goals, they travel the path of knowledge and go where the spirit of truth leads them. A student of No-Eyes, Brian Many Heart, teaches Mary Summer Rain the magic and power of the Dreamwalker. Under the close scrutiny of No-Eyes, Summer Rain and Many Heart explore the realms of the spirit. Dreamwalker is the third volume in the No-Eyes tetralogy that includes Spirit Song, Pheonix Rising, and Phantoms Afoot.
©1988, 1993 by Mary Summer Rain (P)1997 by Alternative Audio

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hated it

horrible condescending narration making no eyes sound like someone with a mental deficit and like the false portrayal of native americans in western movies as to how they talk..u know the me um go um to see white man big parlay me make um peace ..no native american ever talked like that and the narration was in a new jersey accent..couldn't have been any worse or more absurd lmao

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Great story

I enjoyed the story but the reader makes the main character sound like a whiny brat!

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Summer Rain is a visionary

The content was both educational and spiritual. I have both read this and listen to the e-copy.

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Exercise in frustration

I never got far enough to find out if the author had a great message or not. The narrator slaughtered this book with an often fatal mistake made by Caucasions trying to act like they understand a foreign person by feigning the accent. OUCH!!!

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Dreamwalkerq

I usually don't write these reviews but I thought if I can spare others the pain that I sufferred listening to this dribble then I should do so.

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