If you discovered your life was controlled by unseen powers apathetic to your well being, would you live your life differently? Would you change the route you drive to work? Would you quit your job? Or would you wreak havoc in the hopes it will make a difference?
A prominent politician, Thor Kazan, is sentenced to Dream Rehabilitation. Thor dreams two boys, best friends, find a ring that gives them access to his subservient persona as a superhero protector, Thunder. The power plunges their lives into chaos, savages their friendship and peals back a small towns fragile veneer of normalcy. Trevor loves his job overseeing Thor’s dreams until an intern, Shyla, is foisted upon him. Initially, he enjoys teaching her how to monitor the dreams, how to move about in the dreams and how to manipulate the lives of the people living in the dreams. Shyla contemplates her freewill, or fate, or if she lives in the dreams of a sadist – She has a crises of conscience and Trevor’s placid little life crumbles. Gabriella, the application that Trevor uses to manipulate Thor’s dreams, has been programmed to learn on the job and she learns more bad than good.
Thunder is written for Sci-fi Action Adventure Superhero Novel enthusiasts.
This book is not meant for children – the story contains mature language, and descriptions of sex and violence.
|File size:||385 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Rich Wilkie has had many lives. He worked in the grocery industry, starting as a maggot shoveler and moved his way up to grocery manager at one of Albertsons highest volume stores. Rich abandoned this life to become a fine artist and chase coyotes in Joshua Tree, California. He left this life of creative independents in favor of eating, and landed a job at Walt Disney Feature Animation as an assistant animator on Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Hercules. Rich moved on to storyboard and direct on shows like Scooby-Doo, Stuart Little, King of the Hill, and many others. Rich currently lives in Southern California with his girlfriend and two dogs (boxers). Thunder is Rich’s first venture in to his publishing life and he is excited that writing does not involve the shoveling of maggots.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Thunder has my recommendation, it's a fun and interesting read with plenty of twists and turns. After reading this novel you are sure to wish you had your own Thunder. Dive in and enjoy the ride.
Rich is right, Thunder isn’t for kids. Sometimes disturbing, sometimes funny, sometimes erotic, this book probably won’t change your life, but it is a good read. Rich has created a fun list of characters, I especially love the computer Gabriella. She is a wet dream’s wet dream. I don’t know of any other books in this genre to compare it to. Thunder isn’t Spiderman, thank god, we have enough versions of that one, but it is a novel with a superhero. And I would probably feel the same way even if Rich and I weren’t friends.