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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
It Was Just a Dream But It Seemed So Real by Jerry Morrow is a fascinating book about dreams, the meanings of dreams, and the images, sequences and thoughts that occur in the mind involuntarily while sleeping. Readers get glimpses of the author's dreams, which at times the author thinks of as being 'real,' giving him the feeling of being in 'real world.' It's a book that will make readers try to interpret their dreams and find a meaning to them. The book progresses, taking readers through an entertaining series of events of the author's life. Do dreams have meanings?
The book is engaging. There is never dull moment as it progresses and the fluid writing style gives it good pace and movement. The events in the book and the author's narration make readers swing between the dream world and the real world, and many a time readers can see the fusion of both worlds together effortlessly. The concept is unique and original and takes readers on a different trip altogether.
The author's chronicling of his life and events are put down in an entertaining manner so that readers do not get bored. People have long debated about the significance of dreams and there are many articles in newspapers, blogs, journals etc. on this topic. The author tells readers to interpret their dreams by trusting their instincts and not to take it too seriously. An entertaining book that delves into the concept and significance of dreams.