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Escape With the Dream Maker (#09 in Seven Sleepers Series)

Paperback|Jan 1997
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Gilbert MorrisFourteen-year-old Joshua wakes from a fifty-year sleep to find an Earth alteredbeyond recognition by the horror of nuclear war. Join him in his quest toconquer the peril of the evil one and the doubts that threaten his faith.Exciting fiction...


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Gilbert MorrisFourteen-year-old Joshua wakes from a fifty-year sleep to find an Earth alteredbeyond recognition by the horror of nuclear war. Join him in his quest toconquer the peril of the evil one and the doubts that threaten his faith.Exciting fiction for ages 12 and up, from Moody.

Something strange and terrible has been happening in Nuworld. Some of Goel's most trusted servants have disappeared. "Find my servants and bring them back," Goel tells the Seven Sleepers, "but be very careful. You might be one of the next to disappear."That could never happen, of course. Josh and Sarah and Dave and the others-they know Goel too well to be tricked by one of his enemies. Don't they? Besides, how could anything as fun as a dream machine give them problems?Come along as Josh Adams and his friends learn unexpected lessons about deception and addiction and themselves. join the Seven Sleepers on their most dangerous mission yet.
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Something strange and terrible has been happening in Nuworld. Some of God's most trusted servants have disappeared- simply vanished! With only a list of the missing persons and a secret password, God has sent the Seven Sleepers on another mission: "Find My servants and bring them back, but be very careful. You might be one of the next to disappear." That could never happen, of course.

Josh, Sarah, Dave, and the others know God too well to be tricked by one of His enemies... Or do they? What starts out as a harmless game--a stress reliever--could be the end of the Sleepers, and the end of all of God's servants. Come along as Josh Adams and his friends learn a few unexpected lessons about deception and addiction, and a lot about themselves. Join the Seven Sleepers on their most dangerous mission yet!


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Gilbert Morris

Gilbert Morris is one of todays best-known Christian novelists, specialising in historical fiction. His best-selling works include Edge of Honor (winner of a Christy Award in 2001), Jacobs Way, the House of Winslow series, the Appomattox series, and The Wakefield Saga. He lives in Gulf Shores, Alabama, with his wife, Johnnie. - Publisher.

  • 1. Last Days For Nuworld
  • 2. An Odd Sort Of Town
  • 3. Oliver
  • 4. A Fellow Needs A Lift!
  • 5. Hooked
  • 6. The Real Thing
  • 7. "i Trust You, Josh!"
  • 8. Standing In The Gap
  • 9. Wash Jones--detective
  • 10. "you're Not Real!"
  • 11. A Calico Dress
  • 12. The Soldier
  • 13. Another Kind Of Cowboy
  • 14. Ensign Jake Garfield
  • 15. The Ball
  • 16. Goel Speaks P.163


"What do you think, Sarah?" He knew from Oliver that she had already visited him twice and had been introduced to the Dream Maker techniques. "It was so strange," she said slowly. "I couldn't believe it at first, but it's actually like being there." Her face had a look of wonder, and she shook her head slightly. "But I just don't know. It's kind of weird." "I guess all new inventions are that way. Think how odd television was to people that had never seen one. New things like this always take a little getting used to. But the Dream Maker is better than any book I ever read or than any move I ever saw. Why it's more fun than anything else.""I suppose," Sarah said doubtfully, "but you know, a person could get addicted to that thing."

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