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by Peter Michael Rosenberg

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ISBN: 0684817284
Author: Peter Michael Rosenberg
Language: English
Publisher: Pocket Books (May 5, 1997)
Pages: 288
Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 575
Size Fb2: 1265 kb
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Well, Daniel's Dream fit the bill. The book was really well written and got me engaged right from the start when Daniel begins having a lucid dream that picks up where it left off each time he falls asleep. He soon begins to prefer this "paradise" over his drab and trouble-ridden "waking" life.

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A serious accident leaves Daniel, a photo-journalist, plagued by depression and nightmares for which his wife and doctors can offer no help. His only reprieve comes in the form of a recurring dream which takes him to an idyllic Greek village, but is the paradise he's found all that it seems?

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Nirn
I really liked this book. I got it on a deal for my Kindle and had never heard of the author. The plot sounded intriguing and the price was right. I get so tired of the spy/murder mystery novels and always like to look for something different. Well, Daniel's Dream fit the bill. The book was really well written and got me engaged right from the start when Daniel begins having a lucid dream that picks up where it left off each time he falls asleep. He soon begins to prefer this "paradise" over his drab and trouble-ridden "waking" life. Overall, I give it four out of five stars, only taking away that fifth star for less than fully satisfying ending.

[spoiler alert- don't read ahead. I won't tell you what happened. But, I am going to tell you how I felt about the ending]

I was very happy with the book right up until the last ten pages or so when I got the feeling it wasn't going to wrap everything up and answer all my questions. Unfortunately, I was right. The ending was neither happy nor tragic. And you are left to draw your own conclusions about how well Daniel fares from his adventure and what it does to the relationship with his wife.
Zainian
Recovering from the death of a female colleague while a correspondent, Daniel becomes more entranced with his dreaming than with his wife, Lisanne. I found myself absorbed with the correlations between his serial dreaming and his trauma on the reality side. This is a psychological story while the dreams become more vivid than life for Daniel. Still, the relationship with Lisanne seems more sympathetic than those of the persons in the dream series.

Daniel becomes drawn into the dream community which, while it's more concrete than usual dreaming, contains characters that have only the dimensions of escape. Yet he neglects the real world in a teeter totter to his slumbering world. His guilt about the death of woman he's had an affair with causes his close ones on the real side to become more vital. The reader sees that, not Daniel, and the story finally surprises in its morbidity, because Daniel does not see that.
Xinetan
Daniel's Dream left me unfulfilled, dissatisfied and at the same time intrigued and thoughtful. When I reached the end of the book, my initial reaction was "that's it?" Yet, how else could it end? Certainly, a "happily ever after" ending wouldn't be appropriate or desirable.

If the subject of dreams interests you, this book will take you on a thoughtful journey of discovering what purpose dreams serve. While you may be left with more questions than answers, the author takes a novel approach to the subject and makes you think.

I am somewhat ambivalent about the book but I would recommend it. I would also recommend some editing and proofreading as the book is fraught with typographical and spelling errors.
Mavegelv
An interesting idea, dreams. What do they mean? Where do they come from? Why do we have them in the first place? Why do we need sleep? Perhaps we need to sleep in order to dream?
The idea of lucid dreaming -that is, knowing you are having a dream and the ability to control it- is something that has fascinated me for several years. This story explores what could happen if someone were to become caught up in the "reality" of a dream.
The lesson is a hard one- your life is precious and should not be wasted trying to live in a world that simply does not exist. Overall, a great narrative. The ending poses some unanswered questions, but my overactive imagination made up for the rest.
Mr_NiCkNaMe
The story was intriguing and pulled me along in spite of the many, many typos. It needs a good proof reader as the errors were distracting at best and confusing in some cases. For those who care, and I do, and it's why I didn't finish the book, about 2/3 of the way through the sex scene gets very explicit.
Delirium
Slow start but he t s better- frustrating misspellings and odd word choices then just t he story starts to flow it ends without any explanation or conflict resolution. I needed the resolution. It left me hanging and unfulfilled.
Blackredeemer
I was not impressed at all.
This book held my interest and was very good. I would recommend this book to a friend. For the price this is a great book.

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