Imagine having the power to observe the dreams of others-to have intimate knowledge of the most secret desires, the most dreaded terrors, the childish delights, the sexual fantasies of anyone you might choose. Then imagine having the power to enter those dreams and reshape them. Deirdre Vale is a dreamwatcher, one of a select group whose extraordinary talent could be a boon to medical science. But as she discovers to her horror, her powers have become the focus of malicious intrigue whose purpose is not to heal the soul, but to torment it with lethal nightmares. Theodore Roszak's Dreamwatcher is a haunting psychological thriller, a story that finds both terror and heroism in the depths of the dreaming mind.Über den Autor:
Theodore Roszak is the author of The Making of a Counter Culture, Where The Wasteland Ends, Voice of the Earth, and The Cult of Information. His novels Flicker and The Memoirs of Elizabeth Frankenstein are under option for major motion pictures. He has been a Guggenheim Fellow and was twice nominated for the National Book Award. He lives in Berkeley, California.
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