Editor’s Note: We were up all night reading this action-packed thriller – just couldn’t put it down. We think that you will agree when you check this one out!
It is one of the few books I have read recently that I did not want to put down.
Book Description: In THE DREAM PROPHECY, Alan Callaway lived a life that revolved around petty crime, but that soon changed after a serious accident. He began having dreams that prophesize an epidemic that will wipe out the world’s population. It proves to be true and soon Alan finds himself living in a conservative community who believe morality will set the world to right. Unheeding his warnings, Allen soon find himself along with the people around him fighting off a London gang set to take over. Where will Allen end up..on the side of good or evil?
Readers who like gritty hard edged books with an urban feel or apocalyptic thrillers that move along at a fast pace will love THE DREAM PROPHECY.
From the Book: He remembered it was about 12.30 am on a Monday night in late January, when he found himself awake, sitting bolt upright in bed, after clawing and screaming his way back to consciousness to escape the hell that dominated his sleep. He looked into the blackness, only to be confronted again by the images of the dying and the dead, sprawled across grey and rain swept pavements begging for life. Turning on the side lamp, he looked up at the nicotine stained ceiling of his cell-like bedsit. Throwing back the covers he stepped on to the lino, cold on his naked feet and then sat back on the bed, tired yet restless, before reaching over to his bedside table for his cigarettes. He inhaled deeply on the filter tip, which he still considered a luxury after the matchstick style rollups he had got used to during his recent spell in prison. It had been two weeks since his release, and despite the drabness of his new home, the privacy that it offered far outweighed the disadvantages. He decided to make some coffee and went to the small fridge situated next to his sink where the tap constantly dripped but now went unheard due to familiarity. There was no milk but he was unconcerned, it gave him the excuse to go out to the all night garage. He knew the night air would clear his head and blow away the last remnants of the dream.
This book is free 5/17-5/19.