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Dreamsphere: The Day We Stopped Dreaming

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Dreamsphere is a heavily philosophical, chaotic, nihilistic story without heroes, plot, climax, or purpose; but with cats, flying pigs and meaning. An epic science fiction tale about nothing. Your life has meaning ... does it not?
Kindle Edition, 123 pages
Published September 23rd 2019 (first published 2019)
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Lea
Feb 14, 2020 rated it really liked it
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Well! I have no idea what I've just read.

It's a mix of sci-fi, humor, and has some historical elements tossed in. The comical side was fantastic! I was laughing out loud and some of the antics of the characters. This novella is written in an intriguing way, introducing new characters without making it confusing, which seems to be a hard thing for most writers to accomplish successfully. The colorful artwork is appreciated; I quite enjoyed each new chapter bringing with it a new drawing.

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Stephanie Francis
Jan 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This futuristic cyberpunk tale is fun, thought-provoking and thoroughly enjoyable. Don't be fooled by the blurb - this book handles some big themes but with an unapologetic humour that makes this incredible world run straight to long term memory.

I had a lot of fun with this read and I love the art work. Definitely worth a read! If not least for the flying pigs!
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