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Dream War by Stephen Prosapio
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Apr 10, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: free-kindle-books, kindle, science-fiction, read-in-2012
Read from April 10 to 16, 2012

I found this book offered as a free Kindle download. This was an exciting and face-paced story, with an entertaining mix of history, science fiction, espionage, religion, metaphysics, and mystery.

The early chapters take place in the 1980s . The CIA has developed technology enabling agents to extract intelligence information from terrorists by entering their dreams and interacting with them. Hector Lopez is a marine recruited by the CIA and trained in the use of this technology. Hector and his team are successful for a time, but when working to infiltrate the dreams of an Italian terrorist organization, Hector realizes that he and his team are involved with much worse than terrorists. For the dream world which the agents are entering is the Spatium Quartus, a realm governed by Luzveyn Dred, a dangerous and powerful demonic being, who sees the intruders as tools to help him escape into our world. Following a horrific event, the CIA closes the program.

Now, thirty years later, Hector is still entering the Spatium Quartus to rescue dreamers from their most evil nightmares. When he is approached by a neighbor who has experienced some truly frightening events while vacationing in Italy, Hector realizes that the true battle with Luzveyn Dred and his minions is only beginning.
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