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In the wake of Jude Hollis’s tragic death unveils a disturbing trend of ‘Hikikomori’—youths retreating into digital seclusion—neurologist Elin Sørensen searches for answers to explain this baffling condition. A search that leads her to the shadowy recesses of the dark web and “Dust to Stars,” a game blurring the lines between virtual and reality, drawing them towards “The Children of Elysia” and its enigmatic leader, Cabe McAllister, whose alluring vision of a digital nirvana draws in the disenchanted.








Haunted by her past encounter with the virtual cult, The Children of Elysia, Elin becomes ensnared in a perilous game of cat and mouse that transcends the boundaries of the digital and physical worlds. She encounters ‘digital ghosts’ trapped between these two realms, who struggle to break free. As the lines between the virtual and real worlds begin to blur, Elin must question the very nature of reality as she confronts the powerful force of Tech Giant Asimov, determined to keep their secrets buried.

‘The Beauty of Dreams’ expertly weaves a tale of intrigue, deception, and self-discovery, transporting readers into a world where the boundaries between the virtual and the real are as fragile as the human mind itself.


The gripping conclusion to the ‘Dust To Stars’ series plunges deep into the darkest aspects of the digital world. Confined within the walls of the prestigious Massachusetts Psychiatric Facility, Elin must convince her caretakers of the reality behind her extraordinary experiences, or lost forever. Her voice drowned out amid the sea of patients. As Elin faces the sinister forces working tirelessly to silence her, she must summon the strength and determination to shatter the boundaries of perception and expose the sinister truth that threatens not only her own future but also the very nature of reality in this new world.

Prepare for a thought-provoking finale that will challenge your understanding of the limits of perception. ‘Dust To Stars’ masterfully brings the trilogy to a close, leaving readers questioning the very nature of reality itself.

© LewisChard 2020