Dream Catcher is a psychological thriller written by Matthew J. Hancock.
It tells the story of Michael Clocksworth, a man who has all the answers. He, literally, knows everything.
His professional life is well sorted. If he comes face-to-face with a mathematical problem or a question of a scientific nature, it seems that the answers come to him in a flash.
But his personal life is something entirely different, it leaves him totally stumped.
But then there is poor Nicholas Reverie. He is troubled by some particularly horrifying nightmares.
But then his nightmares begin to come true.
Nicholas is desperately seeking help to explain what is happening to him and to bring it to an end, if possible.
He realises that Michael could have the sollution to his problems.
But will Nicholas be able to find Michael before it is too late?
And should he find him, would Michael actually be able to do anything for him?
This is a genuinely psychological thriller of a novel.
What would it be like to know everything? Would that knowledge do you any good?
Could it change things? Or not?
It's a relativity short book at well under 100 pages and is published by The Book Guild at £7.99.
It's on sale at the That's Books and Entertainment online bookshop (you'll find it to the right of this review.) and if you buy one book this year, please do know that Dream Catcher should be it.