that sounds totally creepy!!!
What would you do if you found someone who shared a dream – not one that you thought about and devised in your waking moments, but one that came unbidden from your subconscious as you slept?
This is the central question of The Seed. As we first meet the novel’s protagonist, Sara, we find her in a lonely and self-limiting life, living only through her art. But in her dreaming state she dreams of another, possibly former, life which was filled with both great love and great tragedy. This informs her new series of paintings and draws into her world a man who claims to be the other half of her dream romance. Is she being given a new chance to re-write the ending of the dream story and make it a joy rather than a loss, and if so, what would that mean?
The main dream…
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