It should be noted that while Thuston Tomas is a foreigner living in Japan and also happens to be a reluctant patron of a local reggae scene there, what is most enthralling about his life is his extraordinary ability to lucid dream. It should also be noted that when Thurston was tossed from a spacecraft atop Mount Fuji, he hardly expected to meet a talking ape Ronin warrior at the base of the mountain. As the distinction between his reality and his dreams starts blurring exponentially, he delves further into the intense dreamscape. When the characters inhabiting his altered dimension start believing that they truly exist, he must enter his own dreams to end their silly fantasies--or risk being trapped there, forever.
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About the Author
Richard Nesberg was born in Minnesota during the Reagan administration. After earning his undergraduate creative writing degree from Minnesota State University in Mankato, Minnesota, he promptly moved to Japan where he wrote the majority of his debut novella, Oneironauts. After returning to Minnesota, he moved to Austin, Texas, where he currently resides.