|About the Book|
“Dreams” is a five volume gay novel. Each volume is a separate short novel in itself, independent of the others, but collectively, they build up a picture of events, recounted from different points of view.In Volume 1, “Ian’s Story”, we read heartMore“Dreams” is a five volume gay novel. Each volume is a separate short novel in itself, independent of the others, but collectively, they build up a picture of events, recounted from different points of view.In Volume 1, “Ian’s Story”, we read heart aching descriptions of a young man discovering his homosexual side, after rejection from his girlfriend. The story tells of his infatuated love for a straight young man. This is one of Richard Peters’ recurring themes about straight men who want gay sex.“Dreams – Volume 1 – Ian’s Story” also contains a remarkable fictional account of an erotic European Art Movie, where homoeroticism is described by the author in slow, beautiful detail. The account is so stunningly realistic, that the reader can actually see the film, as he reads! This section alone makes “Dreams – Volume 1” a literary masterpiece!The novel also tenderly deals with a son’s affection for his father.In this piece of sensual gay fiction, we read about bisexual men or straight men being gay.Generally, the “Dreams” novels are slower paced than some of Richard Peter’s work. They are sensual and romantic pieces of gay fiction, which some would describe as homosexual pornography. Is this a contradiction of terms? Can homosexual porn be sensual? Can gay pornography be romantic fiction? You judge for yourself.Each volume includes a remarkable, erotic, gay dream sequence for each of the various main characters.Can there be some sort of psychic connection between people? In this five-volume novel the main characters are all drawn to each other by some strange magnetic course of events. On the same magic night, they all have deeply vivid erotic dreams.Events are described by different characters, as the author explores their different experiences of events and how they each misunderstand each other.In “Dreams” the romantic yearning of a man for a man is described in compassionate detail. The last volume, volume 5, brings the individual story threads together in an emotional climax.During the course of this series of novels, we also meet some characters from Richard Peter’s other novels “Mick – Fifty Shades of Gay” and “Str8 Boyz?”Like all Richard Peter’s erotic novels, we get explicit descriptions of Male/Male sex. It is a piece of XXX rated gay pornographic fiction, only for those legally allowed to read such works and is not intended to be read by those who would be shocked by explicit descriptions of homosexual intercourse.