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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Horror
  • Language:English
  • Pages:236
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543979831

The Dream Stalker

by T.L. Clees View author's profile page

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The Dream Stalker tells the story of a hospice chaplain who receives a gift from a dying patient. He quickly learns that gifts can be curses and that sometimes gifts are given out of necessity rather than appreciation. As he unravels the gift it begins to unravel him and his life spirals out of control. Can he be saved from madness or will he take those around him down the dark hole with him?

Dream Stalker touches on two of life’s great mysteries that we, despite our amazing technological advances, don’t really understand but everyone experiences: dreams and deaths. Dream Stalker looks at dreams and asks “what if?” What if we were the architect of our own dreams? How would that impact us? What if we were the architect of other people’s dreams and how would that impact them? How fun or how dangerous would that be? However, Dream Stalker doesn’t stop there. It takes a theological leap and asks the question what would a person be willing to do at the point of death to avoid eternal damnation? The wonderful part is it asks these questions through the narrative of a seemingly ordinary divorced couple and tells a great story that people can relate to.

About the author
T.L. Clees is a former member of the 82nd Airborne Division, a former wrestling coach, a former mail man, a former member of the clergy, a bodybuilder, a strongman competitor and currently works with hospice organizations where he puts his doctorate degree in Spirituality to its best use. He is also a lover of all things horror related and his writings mostly reflect this love affair with the macabre.
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