By Graham Joyce
The radical that introduced Graham Joyce's writing profession, defined as "Brilliant Sensual and Scaring". Dreamside explores the mysterious and scary topic "lucid" dreaming, the power to regulate one's personal desires. this entire model encompasses a new Afterword by means of the writer. "Graham Joyce writes the type of novels we retain hoping to discover, yet not often do."-Jonathan Carroll
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