Two completely unrelated young Londoners – Hamila Rashid, a black, ex-Somalian refugee living in the UK – and Tony Hammond-Jones, a white, middle-class bishop’s son from rural Hertfordshire – begin having recurring dreams featuring each other. When they finally manage to meet, they slowly realise that they share a destiny that has the potential to change the world forever.
About the author
Paul Crampton was born in Canterbury in 1957, and has lived and worked in the city for most of his life. His love for the city and its wide and varied history has led to the publication of over fifteen books on the subject to date. He has also written histories of Whitstable and Folkestone. Paul started writing fiction in 2002, and has had several novels published. The Dream Messiah is the first of these to reach a wide audience.