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Dreams at the End of the Night

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Published by Twisted Spoon Press .
Written in English


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ContributionsHoward Sidenberg (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages137
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9069031M
ISBN 108090125794
ISBN 109788090125797

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In three powerful short novels James Gunn writes of strange dreams and how they end. These stories are the work of a master of science fiction. "Space Is A Lonely Place" concerns man's long-held dream of travelling to another world. "The Joy Ride" is about ultimate happiness and the nature of 3/5(12).   In the book Dream of Night by Heather Henson, a girl with a troubled past and a trouble and abused horse are rescued by an older woman who rescues horses and fosters children. Shiloh had a rough past her mother had to give Shiloh up to an orphanage so she could get back on her feet/5. Having recently read Weep for Me (), which John D. MacDonald identified as the worst of his early novels, I felt obligated to follow up by reading The End of the Night (), which was his favorite of the early books. The End of the Night chronicles the so-called Wolf Pack, three young men and a young woman who go on a cross-country crime spree.4/5. In the end of Night, Elie and his weakened father arrive at Buchenwald after enduring a forced march and a death-train transport. In the train, food was thrown into the cars by people in the.

  "You have flashbacks at the end of the day, you dream about it at night you can't escape it." These are the powerful words of one doctor who . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Murrer, Ewald. Dreams at the end of the night. Prague: Twisted Spoon Press, (OCoLC) Material Type. Untamable. Damaged. Angry. Once full of promise and life, now a fiery knot of resentment and detachment. This is the story of Dream of Night, an injured and abused racehorse. It’s also the story of Shiloh, a sarcastic eleven-year-old foster child. By chance, Dream of Night and Shiloh both find themselves under the care of Jessalyn ed on:   The End of Night presents a compelling exploration of how human civilization has been lighting up the night significantly for the past one hundred years. Our influence on the night has had unforeseen consequences, not the least of which is I saw this book at the science museum in London back in , and would probably have purchased it then if 4/5.