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I Dreamed A Dream

Ben Waterford

Publisher: Ben Waterford

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Summary

When a dream becomes a reality the nightmare begins. Brendon is cast into an unknown world where murderers are sent for penance. A world where demons and beasts run amok and humans are their fodder. Can Brendon find his way back to the real world or will he be lost forever. 
Enjoy an intriguing tale that combines fantasy and horror with some refreshing moments of romance and humor. A short novel inspired by the authors own dreams and nightmares.  
 

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