The Dream by Cornelius Elmore Addison

Review:

The Dream (Addison's Tales, #1) - Cornelius Elmore Addison

The Dream by Cornelius Elmore Addison. Just as the title of the book suggest, we begin with a dream. The narrator finds themself out the front of Mack’s One Stop Character Shop. Upon his entry he finds that, though even he doesn’t know it, he’s been looking for a gnome.

 

Mack, owner of the aforementioned shop, is quite the character! I appreciate the added quirks and all the items he sells. Norbitts is Mack’s helping hand, a robot with a bit of an attitude. My favourite character so far is Lady Winter, a customer with several interesting requests. There are also a few illustrations so that people can visualise some of the characters.

 

I loved all the little trinkets and wares about the shop that the narrator takes notice of. It’s interesting to read about so many unique things and how the characters interact with them.

 

I enjoy that the narrator position is left somewhat open so that each different reader might simply pop in and imagine themself in such a position. The personality traits, thoughts and actions are all understandable and I’m sure many will find the position to be relatable. Do I think the book lived up to my great expectations of it? Yes, I think it has. The characters and scenery were all somewhat enjoyable. I think it’s a great story for people of all ages. Plus, I think I’m really interested in reading the other books of the series as well; the author has quite the imagination and has left a lot of room for some pretty awesome adventures! Overall, it’s great and, though it’s short, it’s definitely worth a read!

 

I was lucky enough to receive a free eCopy of this book in return for an honest review.

Source:
www.goodreads.com/review/show/1859013502?

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