Review of Robinson’s Dream by Mark Lages

Hi, readers! ❀ Look at this 3 posts in one week! Proud of me! ❀ hope you’re all doing well! I just finished the most wonderful story, so I thought I would share my thoughts about it with you. πŸ™‚

My most recent read is…

Robinson’s Dream by Mark Lages

OMG. Let’s all just enjoy that beautiful cover for a moment. It’s so pretty!

Blurb:

Robinson Cahill is a writer. His wife, Martha, is an attorney, and the two of them have a problem. Their nineteen-year-old son has gone too far, committing a serious crime. Robinson and Martha learn about the crime, and they’re not sure what to do. They decide it would be prudent to sleep on the matter before talking to their son. Robinson goes to bed that night and falls into a dream odyssey of thought-provoking memories and fantasies. This remarkable novel-length dream spurs his subconscious wisdom, becoming the inspiration behind the words he has with his son the next day.

So what did I think of this novel?

4 stars!

Here’s my review. πŸ™‚ I also shared over on Amazon and Goodreads:

This is my fourth novel by Mark Lages, and it did not disappoint! πŸ™‚ I loved it!

In this novel, a couple discovers that their son has committed a serious crime, and they have to decide what to do. Most of the novel is spent in, you guessed it, Robinson’s dream. They decided to sleep on the matter before acting, and this book is his subconscious working through it. πŸ™‚

“Robinson’s Dream” is a wonderful and imaginative story. It’s a very entertaining and thought-provoking novel. Like Mark’s other novel’s I’ve read. πŸ™‚ There’s a decent amount of humor sprinkled in, too, which I loved.

Mark does a great job of creating a surreal, dream-like feel to the book. It reminded me a lot of the classic stories, “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass.”

I loved this book and I highly recommend it for fans of Mark’s other books and anyone who loves a good story.

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So what’s next on my reading list? Well, I’m listening to the Shades of Magic trilogy by V.E. Schwab on Audible, and I’m reading an anthology of short stories called Sideshow complied by Samie Sands. I just finished the first of the short stories in it, and it was great.

I hope everyone is staying safe and enjoying good books! I’ll be back soon! Happy Reading, everyone! Love Lennie! ❀

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