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DREAMING IN DARKNESS

“…for in that sleep of death, what dreams may come.”
Shakespeare, Hamlet

THE ORDER:
“…a Next Age will ...
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Dreaming In Darkness

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Overview

DREAMING IN DARKNESS

“…for in that sleep of death, what dreams may come.”
Shakespeare, Hamlet

THE ORDER:
“…a Next Age will follow, in which everything will be undone and made whole again.”

A bizarre murder in a New York museum takes retired detective Carl Sanford on a grim journey into the sinister world of the Order of Oriphiel…but he is not alone on his quest. An archangel, who speaks to him only in dreams, accompanies him, but to his own dark purposes…

SHADRACH BESIEGED:
“…King or Parliament. Cross or Prophet. What happened to you, Shadrach? What unholy wars have you fought?”

An unholy icon stolen from its guardians during the First Crusade reveals its devastating true nature in the English Civil War, while a mysterious warrior, reborn in blood and fire, invokes demonic powers in an attempt to destroy its evil…

THE SERPENT’S EGG:
“When oblivion comes, it is forever, as endless as the slumber of those beings that lie buried beneath the roots of the world, dreaming in darkness.”

A writer’s research into the legend of the Lambton Worm takes a horrifying twist when he uncovers the true origin of the story: a legend that stirs, knowing the time for its rebirth is near…

NEW HEAVENS:
“I watched in horror, feeling an impending and inescapable sense of doom and damnation, as the New Orleans monolith broke in two.”

Alien obelisks rise from the oceans, their appearance a mere prelude to the horror that will befall the world. The heavens have changed; our planet has been translocated to another part of the universe, where entities older than time greet Earth’s arrival with an alien hunger...

FOUR DREAMERS.
FOUR NIGHTMARES.
FOUR TALES OF DEATH, DARKNESS, DESTRUCTION AND DESPAIR.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148515913
  • Publisher: John Prescott
  • Publication date: 7/21/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 262
  • Sales rank: 1,272,311
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Adrian Chamberlin, Aaron J. French, Jonathan Green, John Prescott
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