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Don’t Fall in Love with a Dreamer-bookcover

By: Bernard J. Robin

Don’t Fall in Love with a Dreamer

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Louis Morin is a type-2 dreamer. No wonder he’s been drawn to Australia, the Dream Land of the Aboriginal people’s culture. In the wake of the new carbon trading laws, he dreams of turning the parched Red Centre back to green and the Great Salt Lakes back to blue. As always in Australia, big business is not far behind a big, profitable dream.

It is October 2000, at the beginning of the Southern hemisphere summer, and at the end of the Sydney Olympics, which troublemaking-tragic Helen came to watch. While a three-day affair with Louis is in the swing of things to expect, falling in love with him isn’t.

Along comes Horace, another type-2 dreamer who also wants to change the world, with powerful allies to back up his "LFV" dream and a more radical approach to making it come true, including body count. It also includes his, unfortunately.

A challenge to her sanity, already heavily tested, Helen fears for her son’s life. Compelled to blend two dreams in one, Louis finds himself on the shaky grounds of corporate and political worlds, places he, as a researcher, had never been prepared for. But there is always the next dream, and it may well be just waiting for him... at home!

About every seven years, the Great Australian Lakes flood, and flamingos return.

Bernard J. Robin has been running a couple of small businesses in Australia for twenty years, and did pretty much the same in Europe before relocating to Melbourne. This combined experience, his engineering background, and a keen interest in environmental issues have set the stage for Don’t fall in love with a dreamer. Being the proud father of two wonderful teenagers keeps him ever motivated for the next thing to do, and for making sure common sense still has a say in this world.

Bernard’s next fiction, still on the workbench, sees Louis Morin rekindling with Australia 20 years later, in the most dramatic of circumstances. When it seems however that the end of all dreams is approaching, the salvation rests in the hands of a few resilient good men and women.

And with a little help from God…the world can go on, hopefully for the better!

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