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Geoffrey Thorne's DREAMNASIUM
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BOOK DETAILS

  • Paperback
  • Mar.22.2010
  • 9781438295251

Geoffrey gives an overview of the book:

HURRY! HURRY! HURRY!  STEP RIGHT UP! The DREAMNNASIUM is OPEN FOR BUSINESS!  ESHU... A lonely god at the end of the universe? Sounds like a party. DR. EIDLING... A scientist with a physics problem that just might be murder. ANTIOPE... A young girl with a secret bundle, monsters in the dark woods? Not your grandmother's fairy tale. Geoffrey Thorne, author of Star Trek: Titan: Sword of Damocles, assembles these tales and many more under one tent for the first time. Bring your friends! Bring your lovers! Bring your cats! There's something in the Dreamnasium for everybody!
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HURRY! HURRY! HURRY!

 STEP RIGHT UP! The DREAMNNASIUM is OPEN FOR BUSINESS! 

ESHU... A lonely god at the end of the universe? Sounds like a party.

DR. EIDLING... A scientist with a physics problem that just might be murder.

ANTIOPE... A young girl with a secret bundle, monsters in the dark woods? Not your grandmother's fairy tale.

Geoffrey Thorne, author of Star Trek: Titan: Sword of Damocles, assembles these tales and many more under one tent for the first time. Bring your friends! Bring your lovers! Bring your cats! There's something in the Dreamnasium for everybody!

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These are some of my favorite stories that have appeared in different venues over the years, plus a few more you can only get here. I hope you like reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them. Have fun. - Geoff

About Geoffrey

Geoff is a writer, illustrator and sometime maker of filmed entertainment.  

He lives in Los Angeles but is hoping for a pardon any day now.

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Published Reviews

Apr.12.2008

...my favourite story was Or The Tiger by Geoffrey Thorne, with lots of scenes involving Torres innate distrust and dislike of the surviving Equinox crew and a new alien mystery thrown in for good measure...

Apr.12.2008

The universe is dying in Geoffrey Thorne’s “Eshu and the Anthropic Principle,” and all that’s left is the god Eshu and a few stubborn bits of matter. Having nothing better to do, Eshu decides to explore the...