From the review by Russ Allbery:
George Orr's dreams come true. This might sound like a wonderful ability, but he has no conscious control over it. Nightmares, petty vengeance, or just surreality from his subconscious change the world while he sleeps. And worse, it's changed retroactively, for everyone, and he's the only person who knows that the world used to be different. When The Lathe of Heaven opens, he's halucinating, staggering down the hall of his apartment, after overdosing on drugs to keep himself from dreaming.
I AM AN IMMORTAL, I LIVE FOREVER
I am anim(mort)al, I die today.
When gravity gets you down, brighten up and
Make light of the grave!
Post Edited (12-Jun-13 22:37)