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Climate change is gradually becoming a big issue and if nothing is done about it quickly we may soon no longer have a planet to call our home. In steps The Dreamer with her take on the global state of affairs where the good lord has seen fit to send two emissaries to help his befuddled children beat a path back to zero carbon emissions. These two angels come in the form of Abraham Lincoln, one of the most famous American presidents, and Sergei Rachmaninoff, a peerless musical genius. The Dreamer takes these two personalities on a road trip to aid her cause but, as with all adventures, expect detours, distractions, and a mysterious addition to their band in Cherie Magnus's Lincoln and Rachmaninoff Walk into a Bar.
Cherie Magnus conjures up a special story with the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of a journey with two of the most famous individuals of their respective generations. The storyline feels very different. The thought of having one of America's most important figures exchanging banter with a musical maestro from a different era seemed to be stretching the fabric of reality, but then what is a good story without a little bit of imagination? Magnus keeps the adventurous subplots simple without diluting the interest factor. Imagining Abraham Lincoln in a wrestling match with anyone is a tall order but in Magnus's world, anything is possible. The ecological theme stays on the front burner as the novella progresses without taking anything away from the adventure, which is an absolute plus for me. Lincoln and Rachmaninoff Walk into a Bar is an entertaining book that I believe others will enjoy reading as much as I did.