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Lucid by Katherine Angela Yeboah

Posted in fiction, mystery, suspense, thriller on September 28, 2009 by katherineyeboah
Ever had a dream so disturbing…you couldn’t get it out of your head?

Ever had a dream so disturbing…you couldn’t get it out of your head?

Sloane Solomon is a beautiful, young college student who begins experimenting with a very intense type of dreaming known as ‘lucid dreaming’. At first, she really enjoys these dreams that are much more vivid and memorable than any she has experienced before. But her dreams quickly turn into disturbing nightmares, when she finds herself gazing into her neighbor’s apartment. There, she is confronted by horrific visions of a battered teenager who is being held captive in a tiny, hidden room.

Sloane tries to forget the nightmares and chalk them up to an overactive imagination. But more frightening dreams follow, and she can’t help wondering if there might be some element of truth behind them. To make matters worse, her neighbor has began to act very strangely, fueling her fears that maybe he isn’t as innocent as he once seemed.

Is it all in her head, or is this mysterious man really hiding a hideous secret in the darkest corner of his home? Sloane is so determined to expose her neighbor and rescue the tortured victim who haunts her dreams, that she hatches an extremely risky plot to uncover the truth. But the answers that await her could turn out to be the most frightening nightmare of all.

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