John Dreamer by Elise Celine

Title: John Dreamer (John Dreamer #1)
Author: Elise Celine
Publication: February 12th 2014 by AuthorBuzz
Format: Kindle Edition, 203 pages
Genre: Fantasy; Young Adult; Contemporary
Source: Netgalley ● I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
Purchase at: Amazon

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, and the consequences of their actions would change them forever.


John Dreamer is the first book I read from Netgalley and the first book that was approved to me by its publisher. I was beaming at the screen by the time I saw it sanctioned for my pleasure to review it.
I didn’t want him looking at me; guys like that could mean nothing but trouble.
The story started when Andrea found herself in the middle of a great white room. No windows, no ceiling, no doors. Then, my reading went to nonstop. I am surprised by insight for the book is written creative and smart. You could imagine through your deep thoughts what was happening with the characters. You also were like dreaming. You are just there, watching, as the characters fulfill their dreams as if you were the one in charge of their dreams in the white room and the Guardian was just your procurator. 
Your path is only yours to take, the choice yours to make.
The book does tell us concerned with principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behavior and character based on those principles. It takes a dream for us to realize everything we supposed to have done.
The more you tried to help, the more reluctant they became.
Celine’s book was beyond or deviating from the usual or expected. The best uniquely made book or whatever trite or obvious remark a reader could give. John Dreamer is deserving of esteem and respect. It is markedly different from the usual and distinctive or special.




YANI

Let's leave it up to this quote from Emily Brontë: "And from the midst of cheerless gloom I passed to bright unclouded day."

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