Author Phillip Davidson Is Receiving Rave Reviews For His Book, Dreamer, A Tale Of Redemption, Honor, Courage, Belief In God And Betrayal!

Atlanta, Georgia (PressExposure) February 21, 2011 -- Author Phillip Davidson is receiving rave reviews for his book, Dreamer, a tale of redemption, honor, courage, belief in God and betrayal!

By Phillip L. Davidson
Publisher: iUniverse
Softcover ISBN: 9781440149283
Hardcover ISBN: 9781440149269
E-Book ISBN: 9781440149276
Pages: 412
Published: June 2009

Dreamer has received several five star reviews from reviewers, including one by Glenda A. Bixler who wrote: "Dreamer by Phillip L. Davidson is also a great paranormal thriller/adventure story! On a scale of 1-5, I'd go 6 easily."

Is the Dreamer good or evil?

As war looms between Britain and Argentina over the barren Falkland Islands, Major David Elliott is having nightmares. Long ago, in a dark jungle near Cambodia, he failed to do his duty. That duty was to execute a member of his team. David's weakness eventually led to his team's capture. Tortured by the Viet Cong, they revealed the dark secrets of the CIA's Phoenix program. Forced to leave the service in disgrace, his men now live in the 'darkness'. What do the dreams mean for them? David's wife, Sonia, sees them as harbingers of evil things to come. A revolutionary in Argentina before the war, she escaped to America and became a citizen.

Now, Captain Alvarez, head of the Argentine Secret Police, wants her back. He devises a plan that lures her into returning to Argentina where she is imprisoned on Los Estados Island. Meanwhile, a mystical creature has summoned David and his former team to gather once more to honor the 'covenant,' a pact they made with each other when they believed their lives were coming to an end. Together, with an errant priest, Father Perez, they reluctantly agree to assault Los Estados and free Sonia. As they travel across Mexico, Central and South America, they encounter the CIA, Contras in Nicaragua, the M-19 narco terrorist group and the United States Navy; while all along being shadowed by the mystical entity. Is the entity God or Satan? Will submitting to the will of the entity allow David and his men to stand in the light of men once again? Is the Dreamer good or evil? You decide.

About The Author
Phillip L. Davidson is an attorney who lives in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife, Karen. He is a former infantry Captain who commanded a group of Cambodian and Vietnamese Kit Carson Scouts on a night ambush team in the Mekong Delta. He is currently at work on a second novel.

Contact the author at:
Phillip L. Davidson
Website: []

Dreamer is available from the author's website, at, and Bookstores should contact Ingram and Baker & Taylor for discounts.


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