Saturday, April 5, 2014

John Dreamer Book Review

I have a rather interesting book to share with you called John Dreamer written by Elise Celine.
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 the guy 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 come to make their deepest dreams come true, they embark on an adventure none of them ever imagined—where anything is possible—and the consequences of their actions would change them forever.
Okay, this book was definitely what I call Mystery/Thriller with some Supernatural or Fantasy thrown in for good measure. It's a good story that will actually leave you asking more questions than finding out what the heck is going on.

I had several theories but I really don't know for sure which one is correct. I will give you one and then leave you to read the book and draw your own theory and see if it compares or if you even have a whole new theory.

This is a story about several people who meet up in a white room and then they all start "seeing" things. I know for sure that they are tests for one specific person in the crowd and they don't know which one it is until the moment that they pass. When they do, the person disappears from the room and they never see him again until the "controller" of the place shows them a TV program that shows that the person is or did something that made big news in the world.

So, did they die and go to a place where they had to be tested to go on to heaven or were they being given a 2nd chance to change their lives? I thought I knew until the end of the book and the author throws in another bombshell, so now, I have absolutely no idea! But, it was a fun, quick read as the book is only 203 pages!

Happy Reading!

About the Author:

I’m no princess. I never played with dolls. Climbing a tree was my idea of fun. When I was a little girl I lived on an estate owned by my maternal grandparents where all my aunts and uncles lived. The garden was immense with no boundaries other than a wire fence that we kids easily jumped over. It wasn’t fancy, but it was gorgeous.

My best friend in the world was my cousin who lived a close walk away. Between oaks and walnuts and roses and pets and bugs, I had the idyllic childhood. The possibilities were endless, the adventures new every day. That changed when I turned 9 and my grandfather sold his property.

Everyone had to leave, except for my family. A big, ugly fence was constructed to separate us from our new neighbors. In a moment’s notice, the view from my window changed from a beautiful green field to a poorly-made concrete wall. I used to climb this wall and just sit there, looking for the childhood I had lost on the other side.

This is when I became a writer. Fantasy became my way of escaping the grey, so I could continue to live in a world full of color and beauty. Then fantasy became life and life became writing.
The author has agreed to give one winner their choice of either pub or Kindle format of this ebook. Open Internationally. Good Luck Everyone!


bsanchez_xo said...

Whoa that is a great theory! I also enjoyed John Dreamer and I can't wait for the next installment!