Dream Thief

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Zondervan, 1996 - Fiction - 480 pages
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Every morning Dr. Spencer Reston, a dream-research scientist on space station Gotham, wakes up exhausted--with the nagging feeling that something terrible is about to happen. Spence soon discovers that he has become a vital link in a cosmic coup masterminded by a mysterious creature known as the Dream Thief... and all civilization hangs in the balance.

Here is science fiction on the grand scale of "Dune" and Asimov's Foundation series. "Dream Thief" has it all: fast-paced adventure, alien settings, wonderful character development, cliff-hanging suspense, epic plot, and compelling spiritual underpinnings.

 

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User Review  - verbindingen - LibraryThing

This is one of the books on my shelf that I actually have read more than once. One of the others is Byzantium by the same author. His way of weaving a great story with so much depth and symbolism is I guess what attracts me most. Read full review

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User Review  - taterzngravy - LibraryThing

This is an early book by Lawhead, and it is one of the few, if not the only science fiction, that he has written. Though this book has flaws, I do wish that he would write more science fiction. He introduced me to new concepts concerning prayer and God's redemption of the universe. Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Novelist Stephen R. Lawhead was born in July 2, 1950 in Kearney, Nebraska. He graduated from Kearney State College. He wrote his first novel, In the Hall of the Dragon King (1982) to try to support his family. This launched his literary career. Many of Lawhead's works are based on Celtic history and Arthurian legend. He has also written children's books, adapting many of them from stories he told his children. Lawhead's various series include Bright Empires, The Pendragon Cycle, and the King Raven Trilogy. The second book in the King Raven Trilogy, Scarlet, won a Christy Award in the category of Visionary Fiction.

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