When you dream, you visit the Maelstrom. Dream long enough and hard enough, and your dreams can break through into the living world.
So can your nightmares.
And who's there to catch the dreams and nightmares as they fall into reality?
Meet the Shadow Watch. Pray you never need them...
File Under: Urban Fantasy [ Lords of Misrule | Living the Dream | Breaking In | I Make These Look Good ]
|Product dimensions:||4.10(w) x 6.80(h) x 1.10(d)|
About the Author
His tie-in novels include The Lady Ruin series and the Blade of the Flame trilogy, both for Wizards of the Coast. He has also written fiction based on Stargate: SG-1, Doctor Who, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Xena the Warrior Princess, the video game Defender, and others. He has published over one hundred short stories, some of which are collected in Broken Shadows and All Too Surreal. His Articles on writing have appeared in Writer's Digest, Writer's Journal and other publications.
He teaches composition and creative writing at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio, and is a faculty mentor in Seton Hall University's Master of Arts in Writing Popular Fiction program in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
It's an interesting take on the paranormal book. Seems a bit odd, but it sucks you in. Think of a grittier version of Little Monsters, only for adults.
The cover drew me to this book. Had to find out how a derranged clown played cop. Fun read. Sometimes hard to picture the characters the author is describing, but since they are nightmares brought to life guess anything is possible. I would reccommend and will read the sequel.
When I first started reading this book, I thought, okay this is different, so I bought it. As I kept reading, I began to think, okay not so different. It became a bad cop / insane (clown) cop book. And I began to regret my purchase. Still, I kept reading and it improved. Oh it's still a violent and deranged read, but it's a good one. Good enough that I'm eagerly awaiting the promised sequel. If only to read what a nightmare clown made flesh does to top himself. Okay and I like the way that Mr. Waggoner developed Audra's character, and I'm curious how he'll continue her development.