Gabriel's Unfinished Dreams (Paperback)
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Gabriel's Unfinished Dreams (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 16/04/2009
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READER BEWARE! The title says it all. Like an artist starts with a blank canvas to create his painting, so an author starts with the blank page to create his book, and sometimes it is better to leave it blank forever. Sometimes, silence speaks louder than words. Sometimes, a story doesn't need to end. This is a tale of mystery and imagination where nothing is quite what it seems, including the conclusion. Gabriel Thomas is a fisherman who lives in the seaside town of Fenton on the East Anglian coast in the year of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubliee. Dreams and reality mix with strange and uncomfortable consequences in another age. 'Gabriel's Unfinished Dreams' is the sequel to 'The Boy Who Knew Things' published by www.Lulu.com and available at www.Amazon.co.uk etc. (ISBN 9780955987243 in paperback and 9780955987250 in hardcover.)

Publisher: Martyn Croft
ISBN: 9780955987267
Weight: 163 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 6 mm

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