Julia Alaric
Dreamer
May 13, 2019 Comments.. 978
Dreamer Jonah considers himself the most boring person in existence Even his dreams are boring the most exciting dream he s ever had involved folding laundry But then in the middle of a dream about eating ce

  • Title: Dreamer
  • Author: Julia Alaric
  • ISBN: 9781620040225
  • Page: 273
  • Format: ebook
  • Jonah considers himself the most boring person in existence Even his dreams are boring the most exciting dream he s ever had involved folding laundry But then, in the middle of a dream about eating cereal, everything changes A faint memory of an unseen visitor, impressions that vanish upon waking, become dreams that leave Jonah exhausted, afraid, and determined to figuJonah considers himself the most boring person in existence Even his dreams are boring the most exciting dream he s ever had involved folding laundry But then, in the middle of a dream about eating cereal, everything changes A faint memory of an unseen visitor, impressions that vanish upon waking, become dreams that leave Jonah exhausted, afraid, and determined to figure out who is turning his boring dreams into a terrifying game of cat and mouse

    • [PDF] Download ✓ Dreamer | by ✓ Julia Alaric
      273 Julia Alaric
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] Download ✓ Dreamer | by ✓ Julia Alaric
      Posted by:Julia Alaric
      Published :2019-05-13T04:30:18+00:00

    1 Blog on “Dreamer

    1. Mandy*reads obsessively* says:

      3.5* This story was much different than I imagined it would be, more of a flowing tale with lots of intricate world building than a mysterious suspenseful read I thought it was.Jonah considers himself very ordinary, he's 28 and has never really dated ( 4 dates being his longest streak) but lately his dreams have been disturbing and aggravating but also arousing. It seems Jonah isn't so ordinary after all.(view spoiler)[ Jonah is the first person since the dawning of man that has been able to sen [...]

    2. Hannah says:

      Dreamer is a promising novel suffering from a lack of character development and, much more glaringly, a lack of research. You would think that a paranormal novel wouldn't require much research, but that's only true when the author doesn't try to explain paranormal phenomena with real world science. For instance, sleep and dreams are obviously important to this book. If the author had simply stated that Jonah dreams straight through the night, without trying to go into detail about his sleep cycl [...]

    3. Cole Riann says:

      Review posted at The Armchair Reader.Jonah is pretty boring, and his dreams are too. His best friend's dreams are always so interesting, but Jonah just dreams about things he does in real life -- like laundry, or eating cereal. Yet, even though he seems self-conscious, being rather nerdy and a 28 year old virgin, he's pretty honest with himself that he likes his life the way it is -- until a strange man shows up in his dreams… chasing him. The only thing is that Jonah isn't sure he wants to ge [...]

    4. Pippii says:

      Read it with the Audio book, read by Paul Morey, one of my favourite readsers.It was a sweet but diffrent story, with dreams and ghosts and really cute guys ♥

    5. Pépin Pomme says:

      It was awesome!It's a short book, and I didn't know the author, I was only expecting a good little story, nothing much.But it was AMAZING. Really, this book is a great work, with a lot of fun and emotional moment. The humor is great, and that was what I was expecting, but I didn't expect all the intelligent reflexions and the very emotional parts of the book that made me cry from sadness and happyness. The plot really is on point, I was wondering the whole time how things would end, and I was no [...]

    6. Kat says:

      I actually listened to it instead of reading it. The audible edition gets 5 stars for Paul Morey's narration and the story itself is four stars.The blurb really doesn't give much info and there weren't any written reviews on Audible, so I had no idea what to expect. I really couldn't tell that it was a romance from the blurb, nor that it was MM even though it showed up in my MM recommendations.The mystery of who is chasing Jonah in his dreams is solved pretty quickly. The rest of the story is es [...]

    7. Vyraf says:

      I liked this book. It was kind of simply, easy-to-read and without complicate plot. Usually I like more books with great lenght and plot that includes also other things than romance and is more complicate. Anyway, "Dreamer" was great. I really enjoyed to read it.Most I liked how the author created the Dreaming. It was really interesting and I even hoped to learn more about it. Some characters felt bit transparent but I don't see it so bad thing since main characters were pretty good and someway [...]

    8. Ashley E says:

      This is a pretty lighthearted story about a ordinary man who starts having some very unusual dreams--and decides to do something about it! His determined use of the scientific method to try to divine the reasons behind his disturbing dreams is honestly down-right adorable. But the real answer is much more interesting than any of his theories. And, yes, a certain couple definitely needs their story told at some point. ;)

    9. Fi Brit says:

      A wonderful story, something fresh and different. The only let down comes if the reader has some knowledge about the mechanics of sleep. I personally found the writer's errors rather frustrating. However, if you don't have the knowledge or are able to suspend disbelief, this book is well worth reading.

    10. H.V. Corbin says:

      The premise is neat to begin with and only gets better as more things are revealed. The Dreaming/Waking and the Dreamer's Veil are really cool ideas. The characters are cute and quirky, each one making me smile. A really great book.

    11. Moniqee says:

      It's a pretty weird story unlike what we watch ( the concept of dreams ) on TV but interesting enough to keep my attention span to the end.

    12. Hearts On Fire Reviews says:

      Reviewed by: AggieGenre: M/M ParanormalRated: 3 hearts Check out the review at: Hearts On Fire Reviews

    13. Lana says:

      An interesting take on mythology, I was a bit anxious about the dark figure in the dream but it's really sweet how the book ended.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *