Beyond Aurora -- Dreamship: A Tale of the Blind Witch Horror Book Review
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Massive, black, ominous, Dreamship couples with the mind of man to form a deadly symbiotic entity, with awesome powers derived from that strange coupling. The technology of tomorrow conflicts with the folklore of yesterday. The program manager has faced over the years the technical and management problems. But there is something he has not faced. Something found only in the High Desert. Something that has declared the Dreamship its own.
In the High Desert sleek aerospace planes clash with the brooding mysteries of an ancient land as test pilots find, co-pilot in the right seat, the blind witch. Hostile, inimical, monitoring, waiting, controlling the destinies of men and machines. Real? Imaginary?
The legends of the Valley, the tales of the blind witch, perhaps reveal the answer. Only this know the men who fly—they face threats far removed their engineering world. Gruesome nightmares that haunt their dreams at night. Gruesome nightmares that become reality by day. For they are only human, with human weaknesses, emotions—and superstitions! In every flight they pray for a solution tomorrow. And fearfully wonder, will tomorrow come? Each a pawn as the game moves toward a dark but inevitable conclusion.