The time-travelling bookworm: ‘Dreamweaver’ by Louise Lawrence

I don’t remember this book at all. I read it eighteen years ago, so I think I can be forgiven. The cover looks vaguely familiar but the story doesn’t ring any bells. It was first published in 1996. Here’s the blurb:

‘With the Earth dying, some of its inhabitants head for the planet Arbroth to start again. But Troy, a junior worker on board the spaceship “Exodus”, wants to warn the Arbrothians of the devastation that will follow their arrival. His only hope lies in Eth, a dying dreamwalker from Arbroth.’

There’s nothing more to be said about a children’s book I have no recollection of, but I appreciate being reminded of its existence.

Catch up on recent time-travelling adventures here: Tess of the d’Urbervilles, South Riding, Point Horror Collection 1.

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