The Dream Prophecy

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Thrillers  |  House: Booksie Classic
Alan Callaway lived a life that revolved around petty crime and drug dealing. He cared nothing for anyone except for his younger brother Lenny. After suffering a serious accident Alan began to have disturbing dreams that prophesize a sickness that wipes out much of the world’s population. He tried to push the dreams to the back of his mind. By chance he met an elderly physic called Ena who also has similar dreams and saw them as a prophecy and introduced Alan to others who shared her belief. The prophecy proved to be true and Alan Callaway found himself involved with a community of survivors who believed that reason and a sense of morality are all that was needed to bring order back to the world. They were not prepared to listen to Alan’s warnings that they needed to learn to defend themselves and that the world outside their small community no longer has any rules, laws or moral code. In the meantime, Alan found a small section of the community who shared his views and looked to him as their leader. When he is proved right and a violent gang started to take over London and enslave all those they came across, Alan had to choose sides and found he couldn’t just stand back and watch as the world tumbled into chaos.

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The Dream Prophecy

Submitted: March 10, 2013

Alan Callaway lived a life that revolved around petty crime and drug dealing. He cared nothing for anyone except for his younger brother Lenny. After suffering a serious accident Alan began to have disturbing dreams that prophesize a sickness that wipes out much of the world’s population. He tried to push the dreams to the back of his mind. By chance he met an elderly physic called Ena who also has similar dreams and saw them as a prophecy and introduced Alan to others who shared her belief. The prophecy proved to be true and Alan Callaway found himself involved with a community of survivors who believed that reason and a sense of morality are all that was needed to bring order back to the world. They were not prepared to listen to Alan’s warnings that they needed to learn to defend themselves and that the world outside their small community no longer has any rules, laws or moral code. In the meantime, Alan found a small section of the community who shared his views and looked to him as their leader. When he is proved right and a violent gang started to take over London and enslave all those they came across, Alan had to choose sides and found he couldn’t just stand back and watch as the world tumbled into chaos. Read Chapter