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Science Fiction Biochemist Written by a Dreams Written in Madness The Dreamer Chronicles Book Two  Jeff inherits a world gone mad, one where everything has been lost, and only he can save it. He intends to, even if it destroys his sanity, even if it turns his own people against him. Jeff doesn’t just want back the thriving colony he live in before, he wants something more, better, genetically enhanced. I Dream in Color The Dreamer Chronicles Book One  Alex wakes from the pod dreams, his body thrashed by the people he sold it to. At The Institute, the human experience is manufactured on a large scale. Thousands of people escape reality within their bio-pods, for the small rent of their cells, blood and organs. No one ever gets out, except Alex did, and the world outside is far more brutal.
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About The Author Sarah Mazza is a Melbourne based author of science fiction and fantasy novels. She grew up on Lord of the Rings. It was Isobelle Carmody's Obernewtyn Chronicles that inspired her to write her first book, as she put down one after its cliff hanger ending and thought...I could write a book. A deep love of novels with outrageous plot twists and detailed world- building motivates her, and so her influences are George RR. Martin, N.K. Jemisin, Raymond E. Feist and Bernard Cornwell. Sarah Mazza is a mad scientist, or perhaps just a normal biochemist, and channels these interests and knowledge into her fiction. She has worked with death rays (irradiators for cancer research), mutants (GMO technology) and Breaking Bad style experiments (research cancer drug development). With chemicals that were explosive, radioactive and toxic, and at times her workwear has included gowns of lead, elbow length leather gloves and blast shields. Despite all this, nothing in this industry is quite as eccentric and wild as the sci-fi worlds inside her mind and that which she weaves into her novels. Read more.
I Dream in Color Reviews “There is one word that keeps coming to me to describe this book: Powerful. The anger and pain of the central character comes through so clearly. The dystopian world has resonance and a grounding in reality that is, frankly, deeply unnerving.” – Goodreads Review “It feels real, with a filter of the surreal put over it by the narrator.” – Goodreads Review “They say all good sci fi is more of reflection of the present then prophetic vision of the future, and this very much is, with topical themes on addiction, the military state, relationships and the dangers of technology (and good of technology) but mostly very human, and that is where this book shines, in the literary moments.” – Goodreads Review “I [had] my mind blown! Like global thermo-nuclear war level mind blown. The ending not only wraps up and explains what was going on here perfectly … it also sets up the future books and story lines with almost limitless potential.” – Goodreads Review “Not only is the story a winner, the writing is pretty spectacular as well. It was very robust and descriptive and flowed very smoothly. Little things fleshed out the world and made the strangeness and alien-ness more real … and needs to be read to be experienced.” – Goodreads Review “It is intense, and the raw and expressive writing doesn't give you a break, except in some much-needed moments of loving interactions between broken people.” – Goodreads Review “I have read over eleven hundred books in my life, and I can honestly and sincerely say this is now among my most favorite reads of all time and not something I will soon forget.” – Goodreads Review “‘What dreams may come’ as Shakespeare once mused, and if this book has anything to go by, they shall be dark and full of despair, although that only makes the softer lights of kindness and hope shine brighter.” – Goodreads Review “The prose is very well written, the world described in almost poetic detail with giant fluorescent mushrooms growing off buildings and fish floating through cities.” – Goodreads Review “The storyline was very atmospheric and due to the in-depth descriptions, it was easy to imagine myself within the different settings. It was also easy to feel empathy for the characters. There were enough twists and turns to keep me on the edge of my seat.” – Goodreads Review “An unapologetic yet empathetic story that shows the cyclical nature of poverty and marginalization. The poor are punished for their poverty, and those at the bottom are persecuted for wanting to change the system.” – Goodreads Review “It started out as a dystopian tale of a young man fleeing from a lifetime of loss and the inability to cope with it. It evolved into so much more, and the concepts will hopefully make you think.” – Goodreads Review
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Science Fiction Biochemist Written by a I Dream in Color The Dreamer Chronicles Book One  Alex wakes from the pod dreams, his body thrashed by the people he sold it to. At The Institute, the human experience is manufactured on a large scale. Thousands of people escape reality within their bio-pods, for the small rent of their cells, blood and organs. No one ever gets out, except Alex did, and the world outside is far more brutal. Dreams Written in Madness The Dreamer Chronicles Book Two  Jeff inherits a world gone mad, one where everything has been lost, and only he can save it. He intends to, even if it destroys his sanity, even if it turns his own people against him. Jeff doesn’t just want back the thriving colony he live in before, he wants something more, better, genetically enhanced. About The Author Sarah Mazza is a Melbourne based author of science fiction and fantasy novels. She grew up on Lord of the Rings. It was Isobelle Carmody's Obernewtyn Chronicles that inspired her to write her first book, as she put down one after its cliff hanger ending and thought...I could write a book. A deep love of novels with outrageous plot twists and detailed world-building motivates her, and so her influences are George RR. Martin, N.K. Jemisin, Raymond E. Feist and Bernard Cornwell.  Sarah Mazza is a mad scientist, or perhaps just a normal biochemist, and channels these interests and knowledge into her fiction. She has worked with death rays (irradiators for cancer research), mutants (GMO technology) and Breaking Bad style experiments (research cancer drug development). With chemicals that were explosive, radioactive and toxic, and at times her workwear has included gowns of lead, elbow length leather gloves and blast shields. Despite all this, nothing in this industry is quite as eccentric and wild as the sci-fi worlds inside her mind and that which she weaves into her novels. Paperback and ebook Available  Audiobook Coming Soon AMAZON AMAZON AMAZON I Dream in Color Reviews “There is one word that keeps coming to me to describe this book: Powerful. The dystopian world has resonance and a grounding in reality that is, frankly, deeply unnerving.” – Goodreads Review  “It feels real, with a filter of the surreal put over it by the narrator.” – Goodreads Review  “They say all good sci fi is more of reflection of the present then prophetic vision of the future, and this very much is, with topical themes on addiction, the military state, relationships and the dangers of technology” – Goodreads Review  “I [had] my mind blown! Like global thermo-nuclear war level mind blown. The ending not only wraps up and explains what was going on here perfectly … it also sets up the future books and story lines with almost limitless potential.” – Goodreads Review  “It is intense, and the raw and expressive writing doesn't give you a break, except in some much-needed moments of loving interactions between broken people.” – Goodreads Review  “I have read over eleven hundred books in my life, and I can honestly and sincerely say this is now among my most favorite reads of all time and not something I will soon forget.” – Goodreads Review  “‘What dreams may come’ as Shakespeare once mused, and if this book has anything to go by, they shall be dark and full of despair” – Goodreads Review  “The prose is very well written, the world described in almost poetic detail with giant fluorescent mushrooms growing off buildings and fish floating through cities.” – Goodreads Review  “There were enough twists and turns to keep me on the edge of my seat.” – Goodreads Review  “An unapologetic yet empathetic story that shows the cyclical nature of poverty and marginalization. The poor are punished for their poverty, and those at the bottom are persecuted for wanting to change the system.” – Goodreads Review  “It started out as a dystopian tale of a young man fleeing from a lifetime of loss and the inability to cope with it. It evolved into so much more, and the concepts will hopefully make you think.” – Goodreads Review