When a PhD student uses a supercomputer to analyze thousands of dream journals from around the world, he discovers a strange pattern — the dreams fit together like puzzle pieces to form a map. The student is then mysteriously murdered, hurling his deadbeat brother and estranged wife on an international race to find the map’s lost treasure. Along the way, the troubled couple are opposed by the dark forces of the religious underworld who desperately want to keep the ancient secret hidden. Against a backdrop of a global pandemic, former military intelligence officer R.L. Sidewith helps the couple, and discovers the Map of Dreams points to something much more dangerous than treasure.
The American author Mark Twain once said, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness.” This blog explores, in layman’s terms, the technologies that foster more and better travel so fatalities of the type mentioned by Mr. Twain become abundant. “Better” travel means safe, efficient, conscientious, and experimentally rich travel. “More” is up to you!