Our most cherished memories are the ones we gather during our waking life. These experiences are responsible for molding us into the people we portray in our day to day activities. But we spend a third of our life asleep, and almost the same amount of time dreaming. Do these dreams have an effect on our behavior? Do they represent us as people? Do we remember them?
Duane Brown does. In his book he lays out his dreams in narrative form in a surreal and almost eerie fashion. As you read tales from an amateur demonic possession to an added chapter to The Bible you will become alarmed to discover that what you dream could actually represent who you are.
"One Time, I Fell Asleep..." is original in subject, and will have skeptical minds wondering if their subconscious is watching them at all times.