I'm not a big Spider Robinson fan, but this is a decent book. First two-thirds are the best, the final third starts getting typically pretentious and starry-eyed. But hey, if you like Spider Robinson it's right up your alley.
By the author of Callahan's Crosstime Saloon. Ever get tired of everyday life and wish you could LIVE at Disneyland or Six Flags? Well, Mike decided he would do just that. He went 'underground' at the Dreamworld. He thought that would be the end of his problems, but it wasn't. Actually, it was just the beginning. He and Annie, a fellow 'undergrounder' discover that villainous theme park competitors want to destroy the park---and that's not all. People keep appearing and disappearing--very strange people. Mike and Annie are the only ones with the vaguest idea that anything is wrong...
A well-written fantasy, more young-adult than most of Spider Robinson's books
One of the best I've read; a little like Heilien, a little like spider.
Mike and Annie, refugees from the world outside, find a home underground, behind the scenes of Dreamworld, a theme park where hope exists.....fun Robinson!