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By: Seth Bird

Cameron's Bluff

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How would you react if your childhood nightmare began tormenting your present?

Scott Larsson, a gifted yet troubled man, finds himself descending, almost hopelessly, into the life he dreamt of and feared as a child. After finding his curious cat cozied up by the wood-burner, merely minutes after laying the creature to rest beneath a mysterious tree, he finds himself lost between times.

Scott is caught in a paradox, where reality reflects his dreams and people from his dreams show up in his life, but how can he prove these people are really from his dreams? Does his secret illness alter his reality?

Only when he meets Jess Cameron, a woman from a recent nightmare, is he forced to question just how much of his dreams are in fact real life and how much merely dreams.

An awakened ability leads him and his friends via the mysterious tree to the Large Hadron Collider and, in turn, a road of unimaginable distress.

Scott’s past dictates his future, a future inhabited by those who may or may not be the people they seem. How many of these characters come from Scott himself? What action would you take?

Seth Bird writes fantasy and science fiction from his home in Hampshire and a winter escape in Finland. His former professional career in Psychology gives him a broad palette of experience to adapt into his gripping novels, leaving the reader wondering, ‘Do I do that behaviour too?’ With a broad interest in Astrophysics that he weaves into his plots, you’ll be asking yourself, ‘Is this for real, or is this just fantasy?’

Customer Reviews
4 reviews
4 reviews
  • Renaye Hawes

    This is an intense, fast paced and intriguing book you can't put down. It's a very well crafted tale of science and autoscopy, people thrown together to discover the secrets behind the oak tree.
    The author has left the tale open to pave the way for some type of continuation of the story line.
    Bravo for this unknown author and his first book. I look forward to more work from him hope we don't have to wait too long.

  • Sam Peterson

    This exciting story really touched a nerve with me. It’s an unusual mix of fact and fiction which made me really think about my inner voices and where they come from.
    I’m looking forward to the next book from Seth Bird

  • Brian Cox

    I loved this book because it touched a part of me i’d hidden away . I too lost my brother at a very young age and developed a alter ego to cover the pain . This is a wonderful story, perhaps a little difficult to follow at times but i couldn’t stop wondering what was coming next. I hope there are more books to come from this author.

  • Paul Higgs

    Despite wanting to hate this book due my background in physics, I found myself drawn in to the potential that the seemingly impossible experiences of the characters, may be an aspect of existence available to all of us given enough emotional upheaval. A Fascinating read.

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