The Deep Sea Diver's Syndrome

The Deep Sea Diver's Syndrome


An undisputed French grasp of the fantastic—as prolific as Stephen King; as unique as Philip ok. Dick—now in English for the 1st time
 
They name them “mediums”—professional dreamers who “dive” into the dream global to retrieve goods that convert to worthwhile works of art within the waking global. what is extra, the extra risky the dream, the extra precious that art becomes.

In David Sarella’s goals, he’s a qualified jewel thief. With assistance from his appealing companion, Nadia, he breaks into jewellery shops and museums, lifts diamond necklaces and worthy paintings, and escapes into the evening on a motorcycle—often, with the police taking pictures at them. 

however the strain is usually on David to dream up extra audaciously risky heists. And in the meantime, the dives are taking their toll, either bodily and mentally. David is past the purpose at which this “syndrome” forces so much mediums to retire or face madness or maybe dying . . . and but he can’t think full-time existence within the waking global, an international without Nadia . . .

And so he comes to a decision to head down another time—on the inner most dream-dive he’s ever attempted—to settle his doubts and pull off one final outstanding task . . .

From the Hardcover edition.

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