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Thriller Theatre

Webb, Edmund

ISBN 10: 1930916841 / ISBN 13: 9781930916845
Published by N2print, 2003
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Title: Thriller Theatre

Publisher: N2print

Publication Date: 2003

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

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THRILLER THEATRE Fragments of My Dreams by Edmund Webb

There is a dark fear we all hide... a feeling we get when we are put in situations where we do not feel comfortable. Though we may work through these fears, deep down the terrifying truth still remains. We are unable to express our true thoughts outside of the sleep chamber.

We say, We’re not frightened, or, That didn’t bother us, or perhaps we say, That’s nothing. But all of us fear the night. That’s why we close our eyes and hope for the next day. But, when the next day comes, we want to go back to sleep and return to the dreams we have had.

This compilation of stories is waiting to remind you of your subconscious, or of your journeys in the night. Tales of adven-tures, tales of horrors, and bone-chilling tales of that dark dream you hide from everyone else.

Light a candle or sit yourself by the fire and be prepared to take many journeys into the forgotten world of this black dreamland. But beware! I’ve gone easy on you this time.

Next time, maybe you should leave the lights on!

About the Author:

The lifespan of a human being is filled with challenges and hurdles to overcome. My life has had such hurdles. From the time I learned to walk and talk I was always curious. I was the child who preferred to play by himself, preferred to be on his own, and the one who didn’t mind taking on more responsibilities than other children my age.

I struggled through schooling like most children. But working with my hands was a true reward for me. Sports and after-school activities were far from my interests. But taking apart engines and restoring automobiles were my true lusts for life...until I graduated.

Just after graduation something happened. I sat down and wrote a story. A story based on a dream that I had one night and I could not forget. It had taken me a few years to write it, but soon after its completion, other dream-related stories came to me. Soon I was obsessed with sleep.

Every single story I have written was based on a dream. Soon I was torn between working and writing. Taking days off from work was nothing for me. Somehow I knew that some day all this work would come to a final culmination...a day in which all the years, all the journeys, all my adventures would come together in a book-related conclusion.

My writings have helped me conquer my hurts and fears. Through my fingertips all my fears and regrets soon healed as the years of writing acted like a damper of my true strength. Thanks to a handful of individuals, I still write. I will continue to overcome my weaknesses and pain as the years unravel through my hands. Now, I am faced with the most challenging subject that ever came to my attention. The question that tears at me is my state of mental health.

Though my stories are filled with adventures, they are also filled with death and fear. As I write, I feel that I am there observing my creation. A standing figure that looks back at me, informing me of the next chapter. I often ask the question, "Am I normal in thinking of these suspenseful ideas or am I just another twisted individual covering up my fears?"

But, enjoy these stories, for I will keep writing and remembering my true talent. As the years ahead of me unravel, my lust for sitting in an antique-filled room and writing empowers me to travel places that I have never visited...a storyteller who has a unique way in watching himself tell a story.

- Edmund Webb

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