Published: 10/07/2007
ISBN: 9781905886678
eISBN: 9781780889245
Format: Paperback/eBook

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Born in 1936 into a Scottish working class family, Robert was educated until the age of twelve, having basic learning skills drummed into him by constant repetion and strict discipline. Robert left s... read more

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The Dream Maker
by Robert Fallon

Four children and their family live together with Robbie, a Scottish friend, in Leicester. But a family turmoil turns their lives upside down, and eight year-old Dunsay starts to have bad dreams. But she is comforted by the soothing voice of the Dream Maker, who takes her on amazing dream trips.

Her travels take her to the land of the Jabbering Gabbies and Planet Two-Faced, where she is present during a large battle... but one that is likely to make her giggle rather than be horrified!

But at the bottom of the garden lies the secret to Dunsay's most disturbing dreams; a secret that leads her and her brother Willnot into the city's murky past.

This is an amusing and entertaining read for children aged eight and upwards.

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True stories from generations of a family tree and stories based on fact from experiences and observations of the author. The author was inspired by the life of his grandfather, a story of hardship when you worked or starved, sporting, fame, romance and service to the country and community. As well as the twenty stories the book also contains a few connected poems, photographs and a two character sketch. As the stories unwind, so does the British way of life through a range of government related issues. For decades liberal minded governments with intellectual arrogance have ignored the wishes of the electorate with broken promises and u-turns, a flawed benefits system, and uncontrolled immigration. Politically correct ignorance brought about the breakdown of discipline in homes and schools. Corruption and greed in high places , added fuel to the fire. Facts that led to the riots by the yob and steal society in 2011. These events lead to the end of government as we know it. By the year 2025 the country is governed from a derelict warehouse in Bradford. This book contains most aspects of life, romances, family dramas, matrimonial nightmares, heroism in war and peace ( the good, bad and ugly of national service) and political comedy told with a generous amount of humour and satirical wit.

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