Danielle Mason is a typical teenager. School, best friend...nightmares that reach out and touch her. She doesnât know why she has nightmares of darkness and death and she doesnât know why the green eyed boy in each one reaches out to her. Then the day comes that she realizes that the nightmares are somehow tied to her but she just doesnât understand how. Could these be scenes from previous lives and could this green eyed boy be part of her destiny? And what about the new boy at school and the familiar feeling she has around him? Could it be just a coincidence?
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|Title of eBook: Deadly Dreams - A Death Walker Novel - Book 1|
|Release Date: 07-30-2011|
|Publisher: (Indie Author)|
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Deadly Dreams - A Death Walker Novel - Book 1
A dream has power to poison sleep. ~Percy Bysshe Shelley, "Mutability"
The girl runs along the path in terror. Her long, curly blonde hair whips behind her like a flag in the wind. Looking behind her she screams when she sees the advancing darkness, it is a living thing that consumes everything around it as it moves toward her. Her dress tangles around her legs and she falls to the ground, scraping her hands on the tiny pebbles that make up the paths in her father’s garden maze.
Her tears blind her, but she scrambles to her feet and continues running. She knows the paths in this maze better than her own father does and she knows how to get out, but in her terror and the darkness of night it’s hard for her to remember. All she knows is that she has to keep running or she will die. She hears a howl in the distance as she rounds a corner, coming up short as she runs into a dead end. She gasps in fear because she knows that this path was open earlier today when she walked here.
The howl is closer now and she whips around and looks back the way she came. The danger continues to move and she whimpers when she sees that a slithering fog has joined the darkness that advances toward her. She knows there is another path that leads into this one and it has to lie between her and the black nothing, if it isn’t there she will die and no one will ever know the truth....