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Finder: Dream Sequence by Carla Speed McNeil
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Finder: Dream Sequence (edition 2003)

by Carla Speed McNeil

Series: Finder (5)

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Title:Finder: Dream Sequence
Authors:Carla Speed McNeil
Info:Lightspeed Press (2003), Edition: 1ST, Paperback
Collections:Your library
Rating:*****
Tags:graphic novel, sf, dreams

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Finder: Dream Sequence by Carla Speed McNeil

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Finder never disappoints. Dream Sequence ends up being a discussion of the difference between virtual reality and real life - and more, the question of originality. How much of a person goes into what they write, and can any work be anything but derivative? When critiquing something - how much did the author truly intend, or is the reviewer writing something that's more like fanfiction? A lot of high brow questions, a lot of interesting thoughts. It's just a fascinating read.

The artwork, likewise, is beautiful. I'd recommend this book, and more, all of Finder to anyone who takes an interest in writing. This series is a wonderful example of good world-building. The series inhabits a consistent world, and each installment tends to view a chunk of it. The characters change, explanations are given, but we never truly get to see everything. It's good story telling. ( )
  Lepophagus | Jun 14, 2018 |
McNeil has taken our world, where her comic success was in part influenced by her visibility on the internet, and once again moved it one step beyond in this story. Anyone who’s found friends online can relate to the ideal elements of Elsewhere, and it’s easy to empathize with her characters’ descriptions of its benefits.
 
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