Do The Dead Dream?: An Anthology of the Weird and the Peculiar

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$19.99  $18.59
Publisher
F. P. Dorchak
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Pages
500
Dimensions
6.0 X 1.11 X 9.0 inches | 1.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780692944806
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About the Author
F. P. Dorchak writes gritty, realistic supernatural, metaphysical, and paranormal fiction. Dorchak is published in the U.S., Canada, and the Czech Republic with short stories, non-fiction articles, and five novels, Voice, Psychic, ERO, The Uninvited, and Sleepwalkers. Dorchak's first short story collection, Do The Dead Dream? An Anthology of the Weird and the Peculiar, won the 2017 Best Book Award for Fiction: Short Story. Visit F. P. Dorchak at: www.fpdorchak.com.
Reviews

"F. P. Dorchak writes like a hot-rodder heading toward a brick wall. Edge of your seat entertainment! I pondered over each of these stories long after I'd finished reading them. That's what great writing is all about!"

Dean Wyant

Co-Founder, Hex Publishers

"A collection that folds upon itself like a Mobius strip. A twisted landscape of the humane, the weird, and the fantastic."

Mario Acevedo

Author, University of Doom

"Stylistically edgy and willing to muck around in the darker corners of life, the stories in Do The Dead Dream? are both bold and gritty. Readers looking to be soothed and reassured about the human condition, seek elsewhere."

Mark Stevens

The Allison Coil Mystery Series

"F. P. Dorchak's anthology--a collection of forty-five short stories--spans decades and showcases the author's wide-ranging talent. With tales that are at turns engaging, suspenseful, twisty and often slyly humorous, Dorchak focuses his penetrating gaze on those things we too often take for granted--and makes us laugh or shiver in the doing. Reading Do the Dead Dream? takes you across a threshold into a Kafkaesque world where anything can happen; if Rod Serling were still on Planet Earth, he would be the first to offer his voice for the audio version."

Barbara Nickless

The Sydney Parnell Mystery Series

"Do The Dead Dream? is a masterpiece. F. P. Dorchak effortlessly weaves the real and surreal into twisting, epically personal stories. "Etched In Stone" and "Tail Gunner" challenge what we know as real and yet are completely human tales of love, loss, and camaraderie with incredible resonance. This is a collection of the highest order from a supremely talented author."

Kevin Ikenberry

The Protocol War Series

"F. P. Dorchak blurs the lines between reality and the paranormal with his vast collection of unnerving tales that are sure to keep you up past midnight."

Joshua Viola

Denver Post bestselling author

"So reminiscent of the Twilight Zone! Imagine a story between light and shadow, between science fiction and superstition, between what you know about horror, and what horrors one can only imagine. Gritty and beautifully crafted, Do the Dead Dream? is the sort of collection readers will enjoy story after story."

J.A. Kazimer

Author of CURSES!

"From the surreal to the all too real, F. P. Dorchak's stories delve into the realms of the mind, otherworldly beings, loves lost, and the fickle nature of death. With a little bit of everything, this collection of stories will haunt readers long after they've closed the book."

Shannon Lawrence

Short Story Author

Blogger, The Warrior Muse

"You may think you've read it all, but F. P Dorchak's "Do the Dead Dream?" will test the limits of your imagination. Picture Stephen King as a mad scientist, mixing bits of Night Gallery with a generous helping of Black Mirror, a dash of Altered States, a pinch of metaphysics, and a healthy dose of surrealism. Dorchak takes you forward and backward in time, puts you in the cockpit of a plane, plunges you into the ocean, and ushers you into other realms you never expected. Buckle up for a unique and unforgettable ride."

Paul Gallagher

Writer/Editor

Blogger, Shadow & Substance