a beautifully illustrated journey through the dark unknown sides of the Dreamkeepers universe
Midland, TX (PRWEB) May 30, 2017
The Wayward Astronomer is more than just a science-fiction or fantasy escape from reality. The protagonist experiences a search for answers that leads him into the underworld, where he must confront his family, his love, and himself to find an answer to the question, “What do I live for?” The climax is heart-rending and raw with emotion, leading into a conclusion of hard earned catharsis with limitless hope for the future. Every reader will walk away understanding themselves and their own lives better as the protagonist, Hal, resolves his own conflict.
The Wayward Astronomer is the first official written expansion of the critically acclaimed Dreamkeepers Universe (Graphic Novel Series / Webcomic / http://www.dreamkeeperscomic.com). Therefore, this book marks an important step into new media of a growing and imaginative universe, and is fully illustrated and endorsed by the creator of Dreamkeepers, David Lillie. The story is excellent, but the artwork adds a new dimension that allows it to stand out against any other book on the shelf.
The Wayward Astronomer is a beautifully illustrated journey through the dark unknown sides of the Dreamkeepers universe that will take your breath away and inspire you to discover your own dream.
About the Author
Geoffrey Thomas is an American author, blogger and aerospace engineer. He has been responsible for the testing and development of multiple liquid hydrogen rocket engines throughout his career, but writing has long been his true passion. His debut novel, The Wayward Astronomer, is the first written expansion to the imaginative and beautifully illustrated Dreamkeepers Universe. He also writes a travel blog called "The Adventures of Geo" which chronicles his different journeys both around the Earth and within the heart. He currently resides in Midland, TX, but insists that the world itself is his home.
For more information, email: corvuspublishing(at)gmail.com or visit http://www.thewaywardastronomer.com