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Dream Share
     

Dream Share

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by Milios Rita
 

A twelve-year-old accidentally enters the comatose state of his older brother and the two begin exploring the mystical realms between life and death. Fun soon turns to fear as the boys find themselves fighting for their lives in a realm where your worst nightmares come true, and each is forced to confront their own demons in order to survive.

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A twelve-year-old accidentally enters the comatose state of his older brother and the two begin exploring the mystical realms between life and death. Fun soon turns to fear as the boys find themselves fighting for their lives in a realm where your worst nightmares come true, and each is forced to confront their own demons in order to survive.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982233726
Publisher:
RoseHeart Publishing
Publication date:
02/01/2008
Pages:
108
Product dimensions:
0.22(w) x 5.00(h) x 8.00(d)
Age Range:
12 - 15 Years

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Dream Share 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
storiesforchildren More than 1 year ago
Are near-death and out-of-body experiences real, or are they simply phenomena of the subconscious mind? This is a very controversial topic, but after reading Dream Share you can decide for yourself what you think. Twelve-year-old Sam tags along with older brother Nathan and Nathan's friends who are going to play baseball. Nathan, who is hit in the head when Roger throws an extremely hard pitch, is taken to the hospital in a coma. While sitting in the hospital room with his brother, Sam falls asleep and enters Nathan's comatose state where the two begin exploring the mystical realm between life and death as they share an out-of-body experience together. However, fun turns to fear as each boy faces his own monster when they enter an area where imaginations become real, and their worst nightmares come to life. Will they be able to overcome their demons and make it back home? Author Rita Milios, who is a licensed psychotherapist and a frequent speaker about the topic of dreams, presents a well-told narrative that is easy to read with an exciting plot. Those who are genuinely curious about the paranormal will find it very thought-provoking. Those who are more skeptical can still appreciate it as an interesting work of fiction from the magic-realism genre. For those who want more information on the subject, there is a supplementary non-fiction section in the back of the book. It includes an interview with the author in which she explains "the story behind the story" with some of her own experiences and research. She encourages the reader to keep an open mind about other possible realities, saying, "We must not believe without questioning. On the other hand, we must not disbelieve simply because we have not yet experienced one" (an OOBE). This is followed by further material "About Dreams and Dreaming," and some "Dream Journal Pages." Whether one accepts the existence of these other "realms" or not, the book is a fascinating read.