They say there are only two constants in life - death and taxes. That's wrong. There is a third, something that's part of every human being's life and yet it doesn't cost a penny. Dreaming.
Everybody dreams, but invariably those dreams are fleeting, flimsy things, snatched memories which don't last. But what if somebody invented a way to allow you to create and mould dreams to your own design, by building in elements of your own choosing. And what if you could then save and record those dreams to play them back in the future?
Dreaming of Zimity is a novel describing how this amazing feat was achieved; of the science behind the studies of the brain that lay behind it, and the development of the processes that allowed the creation and then the recording of dreams.
And then the story of the fantastic changes that this technology brought to everyday life all over the world.
And the terrifying flaw at the heart of the technology that brought it all crashing down.
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About the Author
The author has been responsible for the production of a number of fiction and non-fiction books, plus a large catalogue of television and radio scripts. The work on "For No One" was first created some fifteen years ago, but all of the limited number of manuscripts disappeared in unexplained circumstances. Fresh, intensive research and exhaustive interviews with major characters has led to new information being uncovered, and the decision to re-write the book.. This new publication in novel form tells the full, eventful tale to enable readers to learn about these tragic and bizarre incidents. Even if not persuaded by the author or the story, it is certain that readers will be left using one word to describe much of the sad, tumultuous Seltaeb story. Curious!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Not written by Alan Bradley once you open the book it says by Alan Lawson not who I was looking for one star for being listed incorrect :(