Dream Makers: Book I
Michael A. Richards, author
Larry Martin is a struggling graduate student in architecture school in the late 1990s. The stress of the program has exasperated his anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder and he notices his stress-induced dreams have been coming to fruition. When one dream about the destruction of Earth due to a cataclysmic meteor collision disturbs him, Larry seeks the advice from a former professor who recommends Larry talks to a specialist in paranormal psychology. She convinces Larry to inject an experimental microchip in his head that enables real-time monitoring of his dreams. They find they can manipulate the dreams to alter past, present, and future events. They also discover other “Dream Makers” employed by the government and who are using their powers to aid a corrupt president named Beaumont. Larry develops a romantic connection and the two have several experiences and eventually realize that their choices affect the survival of humanity and the future of the planet.