The Master of Dreams

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Daw Books, Apr 16, 2019 - Fiction - 304 pages
Opening a new fantasy trilogy from Hugo award winner Resnick, this novel offers an adventure through space and time as Eddie Raven tries to outrun the dark forces pursuing him.

Eddie Raven isn't quite sure what's happening to him--and he's in a race to find out before it kills him.

His adventures begin with a shooting in a very strange shop in Manhattan--but soon he finds himself the owner of a very familiar bar in Casablanca. By the time he adjusts to that reality, he's suddenly become one of several undersized people helping a young woman search for a wizard. And after confronting the wizard, he somehow finds himself in Camelot.

But as he rushes to solve the mystery of his many appearances, a larger threat looms. Because someone or something is stalking him through time and space with deadly intent....

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This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before ... Read full review

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Eddie Raven is shopping with girlfriend Lisa in Manhattan when a chance entry into a fortune-teller's shop puts him in line with a gunman. Lisa is shot, and a disembodied voice tells him to run. Then ... Read full review

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About the author (2019)

Mike Resnick has won awards in the USA, Spain, France, Japan, Croatia, Poland and China. He is the author of 76 novels and 280 short stories, and is, according to Locus, the all-time leading award winner, living or dead, for short science fiction, and is 4th on the all-time list when novels are added.

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