The Wi-Fi of Dreams by Steve Walsh

Lancashire entrepreneur, visionary, and ingenious author Steve Walsh is the creator of the hotel booking service, and the first car insurance comparison site, Steve now uses his gentle Mancunian wit and vivid imagination to write visionary novels with bold concepts. Based in Manchester, the first two books in Steve’s epic trilogy, The Wi-Fi of Dreams: Wilson indeed and Butterfly Assassins, have received 5 star reviews.

“I was hooked from the first page.”

“Pure escapism and so imaginative.”

“Enough science to be believable.”

The Wi-Fi of Dreams Book One: Wilson indeed!

Meet a most unlikely hero … Wilson

In The Market Square, the fantastical setting for his dream activities, Wilson can take night classes on any subject and absorb a wealth of knowledge from a few hours’ sleep. As though logging into The Wi-Fi of Dreams to download data. As his childhood passes, both wary of, and reticent to acknowledge his extraordinary ability, Wilson attempts to lead a normal life and stay beneath the radar of family and friends.

His cover is blown when a new person logs in, Daisy Meadowcroft. During a chance encounter in The Market Square, they agree to meet the next day and are propelled from a dream world into the reality of a coffee shop in the centre of Manchester. Enthralled by their shared gift, they strike up a close friendship and encourage each other to seek a rational, scientific explanation for their unique talents. When a butterfly causes chaos, the pair need to join forces and solve a rare problem.

Did you know that dreams are our final unexplored frontier?

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Five Star Reviews for Wilson indeed

Read it in 24 hours! I can imagine this being made into a film. Great adventure!


A gem of a book. Pure escapism and so imaginative. Enough ‘science’ to be intriguing. A real page turner. Our book club read it and loved it.

Lynda Pearson

I read this as it was selected by our Book Club. It’s a fascinating blend of reality, pseudo science, humour, love and adventure, which had me hooked from the first few pages. The Manchester locations made it all the better to me.

Martin 43

The Wi-Fi of Dreams Book Two: Butterfly Assassins

Meet a most unlikely hero … Wilson

Don’t let it flutter by x

Sally Bennett was an orphan and only child. Incomprehensibly, at the age of ten, both her parents died in quick succession. Proof that fate deals our cards blind. One can be dealt three buses in a row, a run of traffic lights on red, or a pair of deaths; it all depends on the shuffle. Destiny was playing its hand and having led with a heart, the face card of her mother, Sally had no other option but to follow suit.

When Wilson and Daisy play with the Tetris blocks of the future, problems begin to stack up. Butterfly Assassins is the sequel to Wilson indeed! and takes you back to Sally Bennett, a car accident, and the intervention of a butterfly outside Davenport train station.

Any future plans for the WiFi of Dreams series?

Yes, book two, Butterfly Assassins is available

in bookshops, on Amazon and Kindle

Launched on Friday 13th August, 2021

Five Star reviews for The Wi-Fi of Dreams series

Don’t want to put any spoilers here, just to say this book will give you imagination overload.

Pauline Russell

I was again captivated by this highly original and unique series. Steve Walsh has clearly carried on with his exceptional character building to keep them fresh and memorable. His world building, again, made the Market place a vivid and as real as possible in my head. The people there with their intricate scheming all burst with life for me and really add that interesting twist that kept me reading long after I should have stopped.

Beyond The Books

You have to read the first novel by Steve Walsh (Wilson Indeed) to understand the second but it’s worth it because Butterfly Assassins is better. I read it in two days – a real page turner. This is a tale of living characters interacting with the after-life via dreams – not a ghost story as such although there is an element of that. If you want a different take on the supernatural, this is for you. An added bonus for me was lots of references to various areas and landmarks in and around Manchester. I’m looking forward to number three in the series.

Don Jones

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