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Civilizations rise, and they fall, often by their own hand. Ours, is no different. And this is how it happened.
Paperback, 328 pages
Published September 20th 2016 by (first published August 8th 2013)
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Aug 11, 2016 Teresa rated it really liked it
What if whenever you went to sleep you were able to see and feel the emotions of those you were visiting, whether it be the past, present of future? Would you like to see the past and find out what a real dodo bird was? Would you like to visit the future and perhaps see how humans are living—if they're living? Josh,one of the main characters, is able to do this, however he has no control over anything he sees or where/what he sees. It just happens once he goes to sleep and through these dreams ...more
May 26, 2014 Elien rated it liked it
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As long as Josh remembers he has this dreams. Nothing unusual you would think, everyone dreams. But Joshes’ dreams are different, somehow they feel more real. All his dreams are set somewhere in the past, during the Roman Empire or during the Middle ages, all in different parts of the world. His dreams become all the more real when he two of the people that occur in all his dreams come into his life and appear to be real. Except are they human or s
Jan 19, 2014 AnnMarie rated it it was amazing
If you're a sci fi/fantasy lover who also likes a dose of history, Epiphany is for you! It's a great story of a young farm boy (Josh) who finds himself plagued by strange dreams. As time passes, he realizes that these are so much more than just a boy's over-active imagination. Steve Lee springboards off mankind's pattern of "rise and fall" throughout history and the events that have toppled great past societies. You'll be grabbed from the first page AND it will will have you looking at current ...more
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