Everyone is a moon and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody. Mark Twain

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Dave Dröge
Dave Dröge
  • Country: Netherlands
  • Books: 5
  • Profession: Author, Caretaker
  • Born: 1 May
  • Member Since: Nov 2018
  • Profile Views: 1,231
  • Writing:

    Crime Fiction Suspense Action & Adventure Literary Fiction Science Fiction
BIOGRAPHY

Dave Dröge (Vlaardingen, 1966) worked 24 jaar in ICT (development and design) and graduated in psychology at the Erasmus university and the Open university, including a BAPD qualification for diasnostics. From 2010 he mainly writes novels: the first two years a trilogy about three writers who have an ambitious plan, establish a metaphysical revolution through an artistic event, simultaneously held in Paris and Amsterdam. The following year he wrote a relatively short novel which describes a dream world faced with a harsh reality. Recently he wrote The Game Changer, a large-scale novel about a company doctor in the port of Rotterdam. Currently, he is working on a new novel series called Amor Mundi.

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Julia's Memories and the Interflow of Things (Amor Mundi Book 12)

Publish Date: Aug 12, 2018

Genre: Literary Fiction, Science Fiction

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Dave Dröge's Books

Julia's Memories and the Interflow of Things (Amor Mundi Book 12)

Julia's Memories and the Interflow of Things (Amor Mundi Book 12)

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Publication Date: Aug 12, 2018

Literary Fiction, Science Fiction

Julia's memories (Amor Mundi Book 1)

Julia's memories (Amor Mundi Book 1)

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Publication Date: Aug 11, 2018

Literary Fiction, Biographies & Memoirs

The Game Changer (Amor Mundi)

The Game Changer (Amor Mundi)

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Publication Date: Jul 04, 2018

Literary Fiction

avg rating 417 reviews on Amazon

Inevitable dreaming

Inevitable dreaming

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Publication Date: Sep 22, 2018

Crime Fiction, Literary Fiction

avg rating 44 reviews on Amazon

The Interflow of Things (Amor Mundi) (Volume 2)

The Interflow of Things (Amor Mundi) (Volume 2)

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Literary Fiction, Science Fiction

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