Dream of the Snake God by Daniel D. Mann

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"Have you ever fantasized about going on a tropical vacation and meeting the man of your dreams?
Cory Davis, a young guy from Atlanta, thought this was his story after he arrived in Fiji for scuba diving, and became infatuated with the handsome David Kingsley, but instead his holiday quickly becomes a nightmare.
Anders, a Swedish witchdoctor with a magic bag of voodoo medicine, helps him unravel his Déjà Vu Dream curse, one of three bedeviling curses that have plagued him since childhood, and they go on a terrifying night dive where Cory’s attacked by a Hammerhead shark.
Kidnapped and abused by Manolo, a psycho/homophobic Shark God priest, he is taken on a suicide shark dive and left to die on a deserted island where he inadvertently sparks a fiery feud between the influential Christian Kingsley family, and rival cannibalistic drug lords the Cokabau clan.
Almost killing David when he rescues him, Cory immediately falls in love with his savior and they escape to Snake Island, an ancient sacred site for a once powerful homosexual religious order, now a secret resort catering to sexual fantasies of famous closeted gay men.
Forced to flee from Manolo’s pagan posse, their steamy love affairs interrupted, compelling David to reveal his hidden mystery man. Forming a unique trio, they escape through snake-infested caves to a magical island where a fantasy dream of Cory’s comes true.
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About Daniel D. Mann

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After graduating Phi Theta Kappa from a college in Atlanta, and uncertain of my direction in Life, I went on a quest for adventure and to find my true self. Seeking cultural diversity, I lived with a family of pure Hawaiians to learn their lifestyle, and attended the Instituto in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico to dabble in the arts, drink tequila, and do some bull running. After seeing most of the planet, I finally found my heart-home high on a hill in San Francisco where I am working on my next nasty novel, a sequel to Dream of the Snake God.
 
Published March 25, 2010 by Xlibris. 467 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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