To Touch a Dream – Volume 5 of The Year of the Red Door
To Touch a Dream
Who Comes to Rule the Darkness?
Who Comes to Remake the World?
A New King, like no other before...
The Dramatic Conclusion of The Year of the Red Door.
The world teeters on the brink of destruction. There is only one hope. Only one chance to keep old promises, to heal old wounds, and to end, once and for all, the conflicts that torment the world.
There is only one way to do it.
And only one person who can bring it all to pass.
He has been called many names: Robby Ribbon, The Hidden One, The Bellringer, The Dreamwalker, Philawain, King. There is one name yet that he must earn. And he is determined to do so. But even he cannot conceive the consequences.
For if he succeeds, all the world and every living being within it will be forever changed.
About The Year of the Red Door
In the spirit of J.R.R. Tolkien and Charles Dickens comes a new heroic tale, a story of ageless love and brave determination, of tragic loss and the hope of redemption. During this quest, mythic powers arise from the ancient past, fate collides with destiny, and the world edges swiftly to its final destruction or to its ultimate fulfillment. Only the Bellringer can tip the balance of fate, but the world is almost out of time...
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About William Timothy Murray (Atlanta, Georgia Author)
William Timothy Murray was born and raised in a small town of the Deep South and now lives in the Appalachian foothills of northeast Georgia.
He enjoys stargazing, tinkering with an old sailboat, and music (right now, he is really into Revien and Ludovico Einaudi).
He is not sure whether his favorite author is Charles Dickens or Patrick O'Brian. His favorite wise character from a classic novel is Faria. His favorite not-so-wise character from a classic novel is Barnaby Rudge.
If he had to fight a duel and could choose the weapons, it would be trebuchets at three hundred yards.
His favorite place is sitting before a crackling fireplace with a bowl of popcorn, a glass of sweet iced tea, and a good book.
He keeps a small writing desk in an old barn. There, amid a clutter of maps, drawings, and books, his memories and experiences join with all the tales he has read to inform and disturb his pen.
Murray was a 2017 Nominee for the Georgia Author of the Year Award for A Distant Light (Volume 3 of The Year of the Red Door).