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  • Published: 6 February 2014
  • ISBN: 9780141917054
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 784
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The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters




The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters became the publishing phenomenon of 2006 with the release of the Glass Books instalments

A SPY. A KILLER. AN IMPOSTER.

THREE EXTRAORDINARY HEROES. ONE UNIQUE NOVEL.

In THE GLASS BOOKS OF THE DREAM EATERS .

three most-unlikely but nevertheless extraordinary heroes become inadvertently involved in the diabolical machinations of a cabal bent upon enslaving thousands through a devilish 'process':

Miss Temple is a feisty young woman with corkscrew curls who wishes only to learn why her fiancé Roger broke off their engagement .

Cardinal Chang was asked to kill a man, but finding his quarry already dead he is determined to learn who beat him to it and why .

And Dr Svenson is chaperone to a dissolute Prince who has become involved with some most unsavoury individuals .

An adventure like no other, in a mysterious city few have travelled to, featuring a heroine and two heroes you will never ever forget..

  • Published: 6 February 2014
  • ISBN: 9780141917054
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 784
Categories:

About the authors

G. W. Dahlquist

G.W. Dahlquist has two claims to fame prior to writing The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters. Firstly, he is the only individual to bring a private prosecution against NASA for allegedly faking material brought back from the moon (he claimed - unsuccessfully - that several pounds of 'moon rocks' had been lifted from his backyard in Tampa, Florida). Secondly, that the script for the 1978 film Capricorn One - a fictional film about faking a trip to Mars - is based on a documentary he was making regarding his own allegations of a full-blown cover up of the so-called 'faked moon landings'. Filmed footage and research material confiscated by Dahlquist's landlady in lieu of unpaid rent was purchased at a car boot sale in Orlando in 1976 by executives of Warner Brothers. The film was rushed into production, but Dahlquist claims never to have received a dime of the proceeds.

Praise for The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters

A page-turner, a rollicking ride. As stupendous as it is stupefying

Giles Foden, Guardian

An erotically charged, rip-roaring adventure for adults with scarcely a dull moment to be had, which defies its great length to keep the reader on the edge of his seat

Daily Mail

Fantastic. Somewhere between Dickens, Sherlock Holmes and Rider Haggard. I was in seventh heaven

Kate Mosse, author of Labyrinth

A novel of desire, sensation and desperate jeopardy . . . genuinely exciting and intriguing

Time Out

An erotically charged, rip-roaring adventure

Daily Mail

A page-turner, a rollicking ride. As stupendous as it is stupefying

Giles Foden, Guardian

An erotically charged, rip-roaring adventure for adults with scarcely a dull moment to be had, which defies its great length to keep the reader on the edge of his seat

Daily Mail

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