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Stephen Carignan

Author of The Sleeping Man, MFA from National University, and currently working in the private sector.  http://www.TheSleepingMan.com    
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The last of the dreamwalkers seeks for answers in the long lost Compendium, but the greatest mystery lies within his own past.
A child traded for more favorable trade routes to the monks of the Green Mountain Temple discovers how to fight, stand on her own, and the last of the Dreamwalkers.
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Every word in this story has character. The world has character, the characters have character. From the first word there's no doubt the reader is in a fully realized, well-written story.
One of the strengths of Graham's work is the way I feel as if each is something I should have been looking for. This should be your next read.
Cyborg soldier Jacob Sicarius awakens early from stasis to find the crew of his multi-generational colony ship entrenched in civil war. Can he win the war against the mutineers and the malfunctioning AI implant fighting for control over his brain?
Imaginative and playful, the author draws readers into a deep and meaningful narrative. I look forward to exploring the lore.
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