Dreams Belong to the Night by Amos Keppler

   406 tightly spaced pages. 163 000 words. Hardcover edition. ISBN 978-82-91693-11-8

   Release date June 21, 2011

   Sales price Europe €31, UK £25, US $37.50 (probably considerably less on some online stores).

  

   Reader’s reaction:

   «After completing the book I have been pondering the issue, and I realized there has never been published a novel even resembling Dreams Belong to the Night. The closest I can think of is The Monkey Wrench Gang by Edward Abbey, but that reads like a fairy tale in comparison».

  

            THE BOOK

   New, emerging urban rebel guerilla groups, freedom fighters, called terrorists by enraged authorities are overwhelming Europe.

   What is, in truth, terrorism? Who does it to whom?
   How much can a human being take of bondage, injustice, degradation and destruction of spirit... until being fed up?

   Present day society is a wound not closing.
   In a modern world society destroying everything making life worth living there are those, who, through coincidence and fate, have decided not to take it anymore.
   And as they are making that decision, together and as individuals they are also starting on a journey, a journey back to humanity's roots.
   Judith, Sivert, Kim, Willhelm, Anya and many more.
   A handful of people against an entire world.

   This is their story...

  

   Some places you can buy this one and others, and description of other Amos Keppler novels

   If the store near you desn't have the book or claim that they can't order it for you, give them the author, title and ISBN number and insist that they order it. Several of the world's largest distributors offer the book. That means it will be available also in non-english speaking countries. If you, for instance live on continental Europe and your store has an English language book section (which most stores have today), it should most definitely be available there.

   Recently a potential reader had trouble with a store that said they couldn’t and wouldn’t and were downright unable to get the books. After quite a lot of persistence on his part the store agreed to contact Midnight Fire Media and when it did all possible confusion and misinterpretations the store and its employees had about Print on Demand, availability, independent publishers or anything were cleared up. Even their cluttered data was cleared up. What was a potential customer now is a very happy reader.

  

Dreams on the Web:


both for those who have read the book
and people that might be interested in doing so

The Green Rose

Silverhair

Interviews

Karine Lie

Giovanni Rossi

The Unknown

Profiles

Chronology

Author's Word

WAKE UP PEOPLE

An old reader's impression

Read the FIRST CHAPTER

  

   CONTACT

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   Secondary E-Mail: manofhood@yahoo.com

  

   Amos on Twitter: @HoodedMan

  

  

   WE LIVE AS WE DREAM - ALONE

  

  

   The texts and clippings on this website are gathered from many sources and viewpoints. My hope is that it will be known as the definite authority on The Green Rose and the Nightravens, their life and struggle.

  

Images, text, music, art and web design Copyright Amos Keppler

First night on the web 2011-06-06

Most recent update 2012-02-29

  

  

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   Amos Keppler's stories, poems, music and art published on the web. 99 percent of everything published on the Midnight Fire Arena is done by him.

  

   «Dreams
can’t
die,
but
they
belong
to
the
night»

  

  

   «They
say
there
are
no
colors
in
the
night,
but
that's
wrong.
The
night
is
filled
with
them...
filled...»

  

  

   They
stared
at
the
metal
beasts,
in
a
useless
attempt
at
disovering.
movement
in
the
cockpits.
Was
there
anybody
inside,
anybody
at
all?
Was
there
really
only
fire
and
life,
a
force
of
nature
executing
vengeance
on
mankind?

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