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You won't be able to put down Dream Helper as you read about Cayatu, a beautiful, young Chumash woman who begs protection from the Franciscan priests at Mission Santa Barbara in the 18th century. At the mission she's forced to live a captive life, with only the love of a Chumash man and the friendship of a Mexican woman to sustain her.
"Dream Helper: A Novel of Early California" is a captivating novel from first page to last and a must for historical fiction enthusiasts with an interest in the old west. Midwest Book Review
Against a backdrop of romance and intrigue in Santa Barbara's early mission days, Dream Helper tells of the clash between the Christianizing zeal of the Spaniards and the idyllic, spirit-driven world of the fiercely proud Chumash Indians."The mixture of historical setting and fictional narative makes Dream Helper the vivid story that it is. Thompson's goal was 'never to let the history get in the way of a good story and he has accomplished that with style. Historical novelists like Alexandre Dumas and Colleen McCullough have struggled with the same conundrum of how to mix fact with fancy, and Thompson has solved it as well as any..." Santa Barbara Independent
Dream Helper, A Novel of Early California, is the Gold Medal Winner from the 2009 Independent Publishers Book Awards for best fiction in the Western/pacific region.
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