Radical Dreamer: Dreams Cannot Die!

Radical Dreamer: Dreams Cannot Die!

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by Mark Wheatley
     
 

In the world of 3052, Max Wrighter dreamed of bringing education to the masses. He designed the DreamNet, an electronic web capable of linking its users to a dimension beyond reality-a realm from which a free exchange of knowledge and experience might enlighten the world. But with no means to enact the DreamNet, Max sold his dream to the Owners, the uberclass who… See more details below

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In the world of 3052, Max Wrighter dreamed of bringing education to the masses. He designed the DreamNet, an electronic web capable of linking its users to a dimension beyond reality-a realm from which a free exchange of knowledge and experience might enlighten the world. But with no means to enact the DreamNet, Max sold his dream to the Owners, the uberclass who ruled society. Max had faith that they would make his dreams a reality.
He really was dreaming. The Owners tailored the Net to their own ends, turning it into an addictive stream of propaganda and pandering entertainment while reaping an amazing profit on its use. Consumed by greed, they moved too far, too fast, and found, to their horror, that someone...or something...was moving through the dreamstream, killing DreamNet users by the score.
Max alone took action. Severing his ties to reality, he flung himself headlong into the DreamNet - and found himself capable of entering the dreams of any person linked to the Net. Max had become the Radical Dreamer...and in doing so, learned a horrible truth: In order to save mankind, he must find a way to destroy the DreamNet...and sacrifice himself in the process.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781889317007
Publisher:
Insight Studios
Publication date:
05/29/1996
Edition description:
Not Appropriate For Children
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.50(d)

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