Mickey Thorn has horribly frightening and realistic nightmares. When he awakes, the nightmare's grip still affects him to such a point that he can't tell the difference between the nightmare he was just having and reality. Mickey knows he is suffering from night terrors...much worse than regular nightmares. What if, instead of bad dreams, this is real? Are monsters actually visiting him during the night? Or, is he losing his mind?
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Here, is a little about me. I began to write seriously three years ago, releasing my first book, Eden Fading, a thriller based on my early days two years ago. This, my second book, When Earthlings Weep, is my first attempt at Science Fiction, where I personally think my real strength lies. This book is about the possible destruction of the earth, aliens and strange worlds, genetic splicing, government agencies gone bad, time travel, and shape-shifting creatures. Dig deeper, and it is a story about friends who bond together against impossible odds, and more impossible enemies in their efforts to fend off an all too certain doomsday future.From the Back Cover:
Mickey Thorn has horribly frightening and realistic nightmares, almost nightly. When he awakes, the nightmare's grip still affects him to such a point, he can't tell the difference between the nightmare he was just having, and reality. Mickey knows he is suffering from night terrors . . . much worse than regular nightmares.
Lately, Mickey has begun to think of his night terrors in an entirely new way. What if, instead of bad dreams, this is real? In his frazzled mind, this bizarre notion actually makes sense to him. What if monsters from other worlds and dimensions are really attacking him? Oddly, compared to what he is already going through, this new idea doesn't frighten him. In fact, a part of his mind welcomes this possibility, and now he realizes that maybe he isn't the same person he once was . . . at all.
Michael Barnett was born in Southern California in 1958, and now makes his home outside of Dallas, Texas. From a young age, he was profoundly interested in science fiction and scary movies. He would watch every episode of Twilight Zone, and Outer Limits. By second grade, he was reading every sci-fi book he found in the school library. When Star Trek aired in the late sixties, the expanded possibilities space travel offered, excited him. This interest finally turned into writing. This book, When Earthlings Weep, is Michael's second book.
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