A 1971 science fiction novel by Ursula Le Guin, The Lathe of Heaven is a fable of uncontrolled and uncontrollable power.

The plot revolves around a character whose dreams alter the past and present reality.

The intriguing story starts with the nuclear war that destroyed the world and all living creatures.

The world exists despite this wreckage.

The main character, George Orr, can barely understand what goes around.

His doctor says he overdosed on drugs and sends him to another facility.

He then meets his treating doctor, William Haber, with whom he shares how he feels his dreams can change reality.

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TO DO: Read The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula Le Guin.

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