Dreams of Stone

This illustration by Geoff Taylor, was originally used on Dreams of Stone, written by Jonathan Wylie,

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Dreams of Stone


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Dreams of Stone - art by Geoff Taylor
Dreams of Stone - art by Geoff Taylor
Dreams of Stone - art by Geoff Taylor
Dreams of Stone - art by Geoff Taylor


A young woman holding a dagger stands amid some large rocks. Behind her a tall standing stone the sun shines through making the stone sparkle like with diamonds. The woman is backlit. The background is sand with wave patterns made by the sea and wind.

Synopsis for Original Title

The Destruction violently tore the very fabric of nature itself--thousands perished, hot smoke blotted out the sun, and the world was drained of magic. Now, fourteen years later, the royal, scarlet-haired beauty Gemma is driven by a strange compulsion to sail to the Southern Continent. There, she unites with a mysterious young traveler known as Arden to save the Valley of Knowing from an evil genius whose center of power lies far to the south. In a world where alternate realities abound, where floating cities pass through camps at night and desert sands sing to unsuspecting travelers by day, newborn lovers Gemma and Arden must try to solve the riddles of their very existence. They come to know the true source of dreams, the astonishing secrets of the stone, and discover that magic in their world is far from dead--and frighteningly perilous.




Gouache on Artboard

Size approx.3
12x16 inches or 30x40 cm

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