Vsiljivec v sanjah
Birdie Murray je sedela na soncu in skomignila z enim črnim ramenom. »S kančkom sreče,« je rekla, »se jim nekaj zgodi, da spet postanejo otroci.«
Gerard Whelan was born in Enniscorthyju in Wexford County. He lived and worked in several European countries, lived in Dublin to work as a full-time-dad and has now returned into his home Wexford. The Dream Invader is his second book. The first, also winning The Guns of Easter, is a lively tale of a young Jimmy Conwayju and his involvement in the Easter rebellion of 1916. A Winter of Spies, his third book is a continuing of the first and takes the reader behind the scenes of a complex spy ware chain with Michael Collins at the forefront. So far he has written seven books altogether.
From the accompanying text
Whelan is not the first author who attributes the ability to understand only to the children. Only the children are by his opinion able to fully understand the meaning of imagination and irrational fantasies (dreams). This is so due to a very simple reason: children never ask about the meaningfulness behind the imagined.
by Ana Duša
Translated by Bojana Ivanjšič Mureškić
Bojana Ivanjšič Mureškić is a professor of English and a translator. She works with many Slovenian publishing houses and domestic and foreign translator’s agencies. She loves the versatility of people’s language and of everything that surrounds her – from the nature to the people. Her wish is to help to preserve the Earth and its entire living world.