Daniel Grant’s mid-life crisis wasn’t at all like the normal, expected thing of a man in his mid-thirties. His had little to do with his job, his marriage, or any nostalgic ponderings of lost youth. Instead, he questioned the very basis of life itself, of why we were all here, were dreams--his dreams--real, and did humanity dream itself a mass dream? Perhaps most important of all, he wondered who or what beckoned him ever deeper into the surreal world of conscious dreams . . .
Unable to draw a clear line between reality and the imagined, Daniel awakens in the middle of a nocturnal roadtrip, meets up with the mysterious and precocious teenage Maggie-Leigh, and is taught life lessons he considers fantasy. His journey takes him beyond the edges of reality, upsetting the very foundations of life as he knew it. What he finds forever changes how he will live, think, and act--and even how life itself will continue to operate.
And this is only the beginning.
"If ever there was a truly suspenseful, real-yet-mysterious-and-complicated account of the known and unknown, psychic and psychological ingredients of our lives, this is it! F. P. Dorchak creates for us a most intriguing, interwoven and provocative account of our lifetime challenges in his Sleepwalkers, and I’m pleased to note this book is just the beginning of his published insights into the great probable mysteries of life, as we seek to explore and understand them. What challenges he creates, in this brilliant journey into those sleeping and awake questions we all have. Way to go, Frank!"
"The trek with Daniel Grant into and through the fifth dimension of his dream universe, and back again, is colorful, fascinating, and fun . . . it’s almost like taking college metaphysics and philosophy all over again--except it’s easier to understand this "time" around, and a lot more exciting."
Madelon Rose Logue
Editor/publisher, The Black Sheep: a Seth/Jane Roberts Fanzine
"Sleepwalkers is exciting, moving, and consciousness-expanding. A wonderful read . . . I couldn’t put the book down!"
Writer/Poet; "Always One," and "Sound of The Siren"
"In SLEEPWALKERS, F. P. Dorchak paints a mesmerizing, multi-dimensional world filled with surprises and thought-provoking ideas."
Award-winning author of A Moment In Time
"If metaphysical fiction ever attains the acceptance and respect of general fiction, it will be because of writers like F. P. Dorchak. He has a gift for balancing rarefied metaphysical concepts with down-to-earth narrative, and characters with real desires and concerns. Sleepwalkers is gritty and provocative, yet its believable portrayal of the spiritual dynamics behind life situations left me with a feeling of lightness and integration. Frank writes for the whole person!"
Colorado Springs, CO