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  1. says:

    Whilst The Book of Dreams by Nina George is not perfect there is nevertheless much to love about this profoundly moving novel about what it is to be human and just how much momentous decisions define the life path for a person In this complex and complicated book of family drama relationships and human emotions ex war repo

  2. says:

    Powerful moving and poetic Nina George's newest novel The Book of Dreams is absolutely exuisite It's so different from other books I've read recently and it is one I won't soon forgetMaybe we're all stories that someone is reading and maybe that will save us before we ultimately expire?Henri Skinner was once a renowned war reporte

  3. says:

    A beautifully written book richly metaphorical about hovering in the space between life and death It follows Henri in a coma after an accident and how he tries to interact with his loved ones and they in turn with him Poignant and

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    I didn't know what I was getting myself into when I picked up this book and I mean that in the best possible way This is the type of book I will be thinking about for awhile I think the author really took a chance with this one and maybe it won't be for everyone but I'm pretty darn glad I read itThe story in some ways is a

  5. says:

    The Book of Dreams surprised me in the best of ways ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ I’m a fan of Nina George’s Little Paris Bookshop and I noticed right away that her trademark warmth imbued on every page of The Book of Dreams Henri

  6. says:

    The ripples of tragedies were too sensory overloaded for meSo while I was engaged in the story from the start I was grappling with the believability chain of events as well With several mishaps right away they didn’t feel authentically believable to mebutok I went with it I appreciated the concept of this book especia

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    45 Stars ”Maybe our lives are nothing but stories that are being read by other people” Henri Skinner a man who was once upon a time a war reporter has just jumped off the Hammersmith Bridge as this story begins desperate to save the life of a young girl who had fallen overboard ”The river is dragging her along It wants to own her” But Henri wins this time It is only after he is on land carrying this girl to safe

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    I loved this book and I have no idea how to convey why It deals in the spaces between so called reality that we all share but not all of us know it And it deals with places that are possibly just as real that we only traverse alone

  9. says:

    A heart tugging story of devotion and hope Nina George has created beautiful characters and compelling relational dynamics I especially loved Sam an extraordinary boy who is astute beyond his years I wanted to give him a gia

  10. says:

    This was not a bad book For me there were just parts of it that took a bit of pushing myself through it which made reading it difficult to get through at times The premise of the story was interesting and different than I've read so it wasn't terrible The characters where likable and uniue They were a bit strange at times or maybe it was the

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From the New York Times and internationally bestselling author of The Little Paris Bookshop comes a delightful offbeat charming and bittersweet tale about the distance one man will travel for the sake of love and friendship Henri is about to meet his teenage son Sam for the first time But as Henri crosses Hammersmith Bridge. Whilst The Book of Dreams by Nina George is not perfect there is nevertheless much to love about this profoundly moving novel about what it is to be human and just how much momentous decisions define the life path for a person In this complex and complicated book of family drama relationships and human emotions ex war reporter Henry Skinner is on his way to meet his estranged teenage son Sam when he finds himself saving the life of a young girl in the River Thames Unfortunately the most hellish misfortune has Henry hit by a car and knocked unconscious and into a comaHenry is in the intensive care unit of a London hospital where the neurologist is referred to as God 13 year old Sam has the unusual gift of synaesthesia meaning he is aware and can sense what others cannot As he sits by his father s bedside he is joined by an ex love of Henry s the heartbroken Eddie Tomlin and finds himself beginning to connect with a 12 year old girl another patient in a coma in the unit Henry a man with secrets finds himself reliving aspects of his life and childhood in his dreams including his relationships with Marie France Sam s mother and Eddie but one where different choices and decisions are made and their outcome In a story where the four characters begin to connect George utilises the concept of a coma about which relatively little is known to explore the different levels of consciousness the nature of father and son relationships love loss and compassion Writing in beautiful prose Nina George asks the deepest uestions about life amidst the oppressive background of hospital routines and lives hanging in the balance The fragility of life is at the heart of this emotional drama the need to not allow fear to determine life choices and to truly live as opposed to sleepwalk through life Whilst I really loved reading this novel there were occasions for me when I found the storytelling a little too uneven A marvellously thought provoking read with great characterisation that made the central themes come alive brilliantly in the narrative Many thanks to Simon and Schuster for an ARC Chocolate Candy Always Melts In The Sun Poems AboutLove betrayal anger struggle and understanding delightful offbeat charming and bittersweet tale about the Love is Blind distance one man will travel for the sake of love and friendship Henri is about to meet his teenage son Sam for the first time But as Henri crosses Hammersmith Bridge. Whilst The Book of Dreams by Nina George is not perfect there is nevertheless much to love about this profoundly moving novel about what it is to be human and just how much momentous Straight To Sleep Gay Somnophilia decisions Sea Witch Rising Sea Witch define the life path for a person In this complex and complicated book of family Catching Fire dreams including his relationships with Marie France Sam s mother and Eddie but one where The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) different choices and The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, decisions are made and their outcome In a story where the four characters begin to connect George utilises the concept of a coma about which relatively little is known to explore the Incubus different levels of consciousness the nature of father and son relationships love loss and compassion Writing in beautiful prose Nina George asks the The Sharpe Companion The Early Years deepest uestions about life amidst the oppressive background of hospital routines and lives hanging in the balance The fragility of life is at the heart of this emotional Tantra y salchicha. La vía sabrosa al sexo sagrado drama the need to not allow fear to Textbook of Clinical Hemodynamics determine life choices and to truly live as opposed to sleepwalk through life Whilst I really loved reading this novel there were occasions for me when I found the storytelling a little too uneven A marvellously thought provoking read with great characterisation that made the central themes come alive brilliantly in the narrative Many thanks to Simon and Schuster for an ARC

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Thesia can sense things the doctors can’t he can see the colours of his father’s thoughts and dreams and many relationships build from this  This beautiful novel is warm wise wry look at what love means It’s about fathers and sons friendship and family life death and making peace with the past in order to find a futur. I loved this book and I have no idea how to convey why It deals in the spaces between so called reality that we all share but not all of us know it And it deals with places that are possibly just as real that we only traverse alone If you can accept the profundity of the simple lyrics Row row your boat gently down the stream Merrily merrily merrily merrily Life is but a dream and are comfortable with this notion you will understand and appreciate this book of dreams It takes the reader through the tears in our so called reality and explores what life and death are Rather than go on metaphysically and possibly incomprehensibly for people who are not attuned to this kind of material I ll trust Nina George to explain from her afterword The Book of Dreams completes my cycle of novels about mortality I needed to write about fear and transience and to portray the points where life and death meet as a sort of fairy tale place brimming with parallel realities a transitional zone among all worlds heaven and earth None of us know if this zone really exists or if it is born of our thoughts and hopes and fears For me it has always existed And I cannot wait to read her earlier books There are real people love and a wonderful heartbreaking romantic love story in this book but I haven t the patience to get into it Suffice it to say I found the whole thing exuisite and I took it in like a hungry suckling baby Chocolate Candy Always Melts In The Sun Poems AboutLove betrayal anger struggle and understanding doctors can’t he can see the colours of his father’s thoughts and Love is Blind dreams and many relationships build from this  This beautiful novel is warm wise wry look at what love means It’s about fathers and sons friendship and family life Straight To Sleep Gay Somnophilia death and making peace with the past in order to find a futur. I loved this book and I have no idea how to convey why It Sea Witch Rising Sea Witch deals in the spaces between so called reality that we all share but not all of us know it And it Catching Fire down the stream Merrily merrily merrily merrily Life is but a The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) dream and are comfortable with this notion you will understand and appreciate this book of The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, dreams It takes the reader through the tears in our so called reality and explores what life and Incubus death are Rather than go on metaphysically and possibly incomprehensibly for people who are not attuned to this kind of material I ll trust Nina George to explain from her afterword The Book of Dreams completes my cycle of novels about mortality I needed to write about fear and transience and to portray the points where life and The Sharpe Companion The Early Years death meet as a sort of fairy tale place brimming with parallel realities a transitional zone among all worlds heaven and earth None of us know if this zone really exists or if it is born of our thoughts and hopes and fears For me it has always existed And I cannot wait to read her earlier books There are real people love and a wonderful heartbreaking romantic love story in this book but I haven t the patience to get into it Suffice it to say I found the whole thing exuisite and I took it in like a hungry suckling baby

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An accident happens Sam reads about it in the newspaper his father is a hero now in a coma in hospital So their first meeting takes place there alongside the hospital’s neurologist whom the staff name God and is the first person to treat Sam as an eual in intelligence And that’s because Sam due to a condition called synaes. The Book of Dreams surprised me in the best of ways I m a fan of Nina George s Little Paris Bookshop and I noticed right away that her trademark warmth imbued on every page of The Book of Dreams Henri Skinner one of our main characters is a former war reporter He s rough around the edges and the war has shaped him He s going to visit his son Sam who he doesn t really know While literally on his way to see his son he is injured and rushed to the hospital While there he is comatose and vividly dreaming about the secrets of his past Sam Henri s son is a gifted thirteen year old and he sits by Henri every day at the hospital It s there that Eddie Tomlin arrives a woman who has loved Henri for many years Also at the hospital is Madelyn a twelve year old who is also in a coma She has survived an accident that killed every member of her family Each character is dreaming of hope and fighting for life in their own way and together they are bonded by these wistful wants Gosh The Book of Dreams gave me so much to think about First it had me feeling deeply for its characters and then it transferred to real life as the story became so earnest it felt real and luminescent The Book of Dreams is deeply emotional and soaringly rewarding I cried until I felt that ache in my chest I had the hardest time letting go of this story and turning the last page There is sadness loss and tragedy here as is hope Lyrical writing deep meaning heartbreaking powerful and profound The Book of Dreams taught me about just being versus truly living among many other life lessons and I am ever so grateful this book was in my hands and is now in my heart I received a complimentary copy All opinions are my own My reviews can also be found on my blog wwwjennifertarheelreadercom