Thursday, September 11, 2014

ARC Review: John Dreamer

John Dreamer by Elise Celine

Publisher: Author Buzz, 2014
203 pages, kindle edition
Source: Netgalley

Synopsis (from Goodreads):
Andy wasn't usually sure about much, but she was absolutely certain this was the weirdest day of her life as she stood stranded in the middle of a great white room with six strangers. Well, they were mostly strangers. She could have sworn she'd seen they with the green eyes  before, and maybe that was why he kept staring at her.

When a man calling himself the Guardian appeared and said they had to come to make their deepest dreams come true, they embark on an adventure none of them ever imagined, and the consequences of their actions would change them forever.

"John Dreamer" is the first in a series of books set in the confines of the Great White Room.

My Review:
This book kind of surprised me. So basically what the book was about was seven people who needed a wake up call in their life. In order to fulfill their life long dreams, they were forced into the Great White Room.

Life is not made of dreams, and you don't always get what you wished for you know.

No one was allowed to get out, so they had to like each other. They were all strangers to one another, but because of the circumstances that were thrown at them, they had no choice but to act god damn fast, and think on their feet.

Olivia is a rich get what you want spoiled class A brat, but has a hint of real personality beneath all the facade. Matty is such a lovely character, but he seems really sensitive and teased a lot because of his weight. Marcus is the kind of smart guy who doesn't know how to express himself in a way that he is understood. Linda seems like a paranoid little kitten. She seems to be afraid of everything. Roy is loud and would always spout opinions that he thinks are the ones that can be valid. John is calm and relaxed. He is someone that you can rely on, but he also seems unreachable. Andy is the main character in the book, she is quiet and reserved, but is not afraid to speak out when its needed the most.

Inside the Great White Room, they fought their biggest fears, found compassion from a stranger, felt self-acceptance, and found the ability to stand up for oneself. And I think everyone should read this book, simply because you will be able to connect with any of the characters. When they've come to realise their dreams, they were able to break out of their shells and fulfill their greatest dreams.

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