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A journey into the haunted world of the night
Jesse Hawkins grew up in a small Midwestern town with creative visions all his own. But when his girlfriend died in an accident in which he was driving, his life became haunted by recurring nightmares of that night. Now, after a year on the road without finding peace, Jesse is coming home to face the ghosts of his past. During the day, his life is returning to normal as he renews friendships, finds work as a singer, gains readmission to college, and begins a new relationship. By night, however, he must endure a steady barrage of strange, haunting dreams that drive him into a troubling mental state that takes him to the edge of his sanity.
Wolf River Dreams follows the mental unraveling of Jesse as he battles wrenching nightmares that contain strange commands and bring him face-to-face with swirling blue firestorms, zombie-like corpses, and the persistent stares of a wolf with human eyes. As he searches for ways to bring an end to his nightmares, his troubling dreams threaten to destroy his new relationship, his family, and his world.
Patrick Sarver grew up in Missouri before moving to the New York area, where he has spent four decades as a magazine writer and editor. He has been Executive Editor of New Jersey Monthly and Rutgers Magazine, Editor of Vista/USA, and most recently Editorial Director of the PFM Group. He is author of New Jersey Day Trips, published by Rutgers Press. He holds a BS degree in electrical engineering from the University of Missouri-Rolla and an MA in English from Montclair State University in New Jersey. This is his first novel.