From childhood, Edward Newman has been obsessed with dreams. As an adult he fulfils an innate desire to help people obtain a restful night’s sleep, whilst grappling with his own night traumas. Upon opening a sleep specialist practice on the Brompton Road in London, he’s immediately faced with more than he bargained for and phenomena such as he’s never heard of or read about before.
As events spiral out of control he finds himself immersed in the past and the future, almost simultaneously. The question is, can he and his team, including his girlfriend, Janice, stretch the realms of physics even further to alter the course of history and help new found friends? Like a fast-paced story full of unpredictability and tense moments? Enjoyed “Inception” and “In Time”? If you answered yes to these questions, how could you miss reading this novel? Although landing in the sci-fi genre, this novel truly has widespread appeal.