American Dreamer

American Dreamer

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"What I understood, was that for better or worse, history was turned topsy turvy that night in Chicago ..." Claude Pepper, American politician, member of US Senate, 1936-1951


Waking in a dream, Nadia finds herself in a class with two other students. Miss Biel, the woman posing as their teacher, (if indeed she is a teacher, or a woman), convinces them that they have no real choice but to assist with her plan to ensure the right man gets the nomination. Their teacher breaks each of them with terrifying nightmares, and 'tasks' to complete while awake that destroy any hope of escape or redemption.

But Nadia begins to realize she isn't quite alone, not exactly powerless, and that there are those beside Miss Biel who want a certain outcome. There comes a time when she has to decide who to trust.

The party bosses got their way, as they tend to do. They would even take credit for what happened that fateful night in July.


American Dreamer weaves present and past in a narrative that transports the reader to an earlier age, and slowly wakes them to an alternative reality, not too distant than our own present.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 202 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 12mm | 222g
  • English
  • 1947381377
  • 9781947381377