Fusheeswa

by John Bidwell


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/5/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 210
ISBN : 9781504381529
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Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 210
ISBN : 9781504381536
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Page Count : 210
ISBN : 9781504381543

About the Book

John Dreamer is a cancer survivor who has outlasted most with his condition. He knows this is due to a remarkable nurse who loves him as a son—so much that she is willing to risk everything in experimenting with his chemotherapy. What they find together is that her medicines spark supernatural dreams in John. With the help of his nurse, John discovers that he can bring other people into his dream state and walk through their memories with more clarity than one could imagine and find what people need to learn in order to repair their own broken dreams. But John has a dream of his own that will define the rest of his life, however long that may be. He dreams of a soul mate desperate for him to find her. How does one find the mate of his dreams? John finds the task impossible, but slowly clues emerge in connections he finds between his soul mate and his nurse, even in a dream repair case he is working on. But all this will take time, the one thing it appears he does not have. As his soul mate tells him in a dream, if he is to learn where dreams can take him and where they can’t, he must “have some faith.”


About the Author

John Bidwell has held a number of different positions in healthcare administration over the course of his career, most notably with Kessler Rehabilitation Center. He has also served as Facility Manager for Our Lady of Sorrows Convent in Denville NJ. During his freshman year in high school John discovered a love for writing poetry which has continued through his life. John's grandfather Leonard W. Bidwell wrote poetry through his entire life, passing away in 1984. Because it was possible, and above all so deeply appropriate, in the later portion of this book John incorporated his grandfather's poem "None May Mistake" into this story. It fits and will serve as a tribute to this special man in John's life. In 2008 ideas for a novel started haunting John, leading him to write Fusheeswa.