Dreamside

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Macmillan, Mar 7, 2001 - Fiction - 256 pages
19 Reviews
Finally available in America: the debut novel from the author of The Tooth Fairy and Dark Sister

It began as an experiment in college--a seemingly harmless investigation into "lucid dreaming," the ability to control one's dreams.

But they stayed too long on Dreamside, and now, ten years later, the dreams have returned--returned to upend their adult lives. The dreams of youth fade, if you're lucky. If not, they can consume you . . . and will.
  

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Review: Dreamside

User Review  - Derek G - Goodreads

Captivating and sometimes terrifying until the end, which didn't make sense to me, so it wasn't satisfying. The rest of it, however, was so good the I still recommend it. Maybe the ending will work ... Read full review

Review: Dreamside

User Review  - Terry Mark - Goodreads

I have a real interest in dreaming and dreaming has taken me to some amazing places and has given me some experiences I'll never forget so this book was particularly apt for me personally. It really did make me shiver at certain times and really draws you in which I love in a book. Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
15
Section 3
19
Section 4
29
Section 5
32
Section 6
35
Section 7
41
Section 8
51
Section 21
132
Section 22
137
Section 23
142
Section 24
151
Section 25
156
Section 26
159
Section 27
167
Section 28
184

Section 9
58
Section 10
65
Section 11
73
Section 12
80
Section 13
86
Section 14
91
Section 15
95
Section 16
99
Section 17
104
Section 18
109
Section 19
119
Section 20
126
Section 29
190
Section 30
196
Section 31
202
Section 32
211
Section 33
216
Section 34
226
Section 35
230
Section 36
237
Section 37
241
Section 38
251
Copyright

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Dreamside (novel) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dreamside is a fantasy novel by Graham Joyce first published in the United Kingdom by Pan Books in 1991. It was later reprinted in the United States by Tor ...
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Graham Joyce : books : dreamside
But they stayed too long on Dreamside, and now, ten years later, the dreams have returned --returned to upend their adult lives. The dreams of youth fade, ...
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After selling Dreamside to Pan Books in 1991, Joyce moved back to England ... However, the film rights to Dreamside, The Tooth Fairy, and Dark Sister have ...
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Graham Joyce - fsfwiki
Dreamside (1991 novel); Dark Sister (1992 novel); House of Lost Dreams (1993 novel); "Eat Reecebread" with Peter F. Hamilton (in Interzone, August 1994; ...
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One of them (Dreamside) was his first novel and has been out of print for many ... Dreamside is the weakest. It concerns a group of people who indulged in ...
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The Tooth Fairy - Book Review on Squidoo
Dreamside Dreamside · The Limits of Enchantment: A Novel The Limits of Enchantment... Synopsis. The Tooth Fairy has a quietly horrific opening that is ...
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Dreamside sería de las buenas. Sin más. Es su primera novela y se nota. El argumento es muy sugerente: unos adolescentes intentan controlar sus sueños, ...
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About the author (2001)

Graham Joyce lives in England.

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