Two gamers find solace from the troubles of reality in an alternate world filled with dragons.
The book has a dual nature both fantasy and reality, two plots and two stories.
The main character must deal with illness and alternately with the life of a great red dragon.
About the Author, Patrick O'Scheen:
I don't normally answer questions about my personal history....I'm painfully shy. Who is Patrick O’Scheen? I ask myself this often. A sailor, a chef, a writer…even I’m uncertain. Patrick O'scheen is a bit of a mystery, even to me. I know that writing is more than an enterprise for me. I’s a calling. Books and stories touch lives like nothing else. I think there is more of me buried in my writing than you will find anywhere else. So who is Patrick O’Scheen…read and find out.
I'm very fond of cats and spaghetti ...not necessarily together.
If I were to rewrite Dreamer, I see all sorts of things that I would do differently. I find all of the errors that escaped the edits. However, it is still a wonderful tale close to my heart. I hope you enjoy.
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Patrick pens "Dreamer" in an original, unique and complex plot revolving around gamers and two time frames..modern day and the days of dragons. I found the flow to be smooth once I got a hang of the shifting of times and the characters were so different and well almost believable. I was totally fascinated in this fantasy adventure and highly recommend it.
I give "Dreamer" a 5 star rating.
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I did the same thing. I had to learn to shift realities. Once I got that down, the book flowed nicely. It was me, not the book. The book is written so smoothly.ReplyDelete
Thank you Kandy!ReplyDelete
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