The Master of Dreams

The Master of Dreams

Opening a new fantasy trilogy from Hugo award winner Resnick, this novel offers an adventure through space and time as Eddie Raven tries to outrun the dark forces pursuing him. Eddie Raven isn't quite sure what's happening to him--and he's in a race to find out before it kills him. His adventures begin with a shooting in a very strange shop in Manhattan--but soon he finds hi Opening a new fantasy trilogy from Hugo award winner Resnick, this novel offers an adventure through space and ti...

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Title:The Master of Dreams
Author:Mike Resnick
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:0756413842
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:294 pages pages

The Master of Dreams Reviews

  • Jennifer
    May 09, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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  • Jennifer
    Sep 20, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Jessica
    May 07, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

  • Jo  (Mixed Book Bag)
    Apr 17, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

  • Siavahda
    Aug 23, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Deborah
    Oct 05, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Kimberly
    Jan 19, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Philip Spagnolli
    Nov 24, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Erik Smith
    May 18, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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  • Meghan
    May 03, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

  • Betsy
    Aug 18, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Zappster
    Dec 24, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Penny Noble
    Apr 13, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

  • Samuel Lubell
    May 04, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Aug 27, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Jim Black
    May 22, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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  • David Akers
    Apr 23, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Cynthia
    Jan 18, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Melody
    Nov 24, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Carole (Carole's Random Life in Books)
    Apr 13, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

  • Lauren Stoolfire
    Apr 13, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

  • Wayong
    Jan 08, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Kristen
    Mar 13, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

  • Amie's Book Reviews
    Jan 18, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Ed
    May 22, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

  • Lisa Dees
    Aug 02, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Natalia
    Nov 10, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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  • Christina Pilkington
    Sep 30, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Sharon L
    Dec 22, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • A
    Jan 19, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Kevin
    Aug 28, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Joey
    Jan 16, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Andrea
    Apr 19, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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  • Danielle Koplin
    Apr 23, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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  • Walter Schoenly
    Dec 17, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • LYNDSEY S.
    Aug 03, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Kathy
    Jan 16, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • AC
    Jan 13, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Ron Judenberg
    Apr 29, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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  • Maria Castillo
    Dec 23, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Ellz Bear
    Sep 22, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Fazilat
    Jan 17, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • DZMM
    Aug 23, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • D. E.
    Aug 31, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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  • Billy Early
    Apr 30, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Brock
    Nov 12, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Madi Burke
    Jan 16, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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  • Jenny Brown
    Apr 28, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

  • Monica
    May 08, 2019

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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  • Melon109
    Oct 24, 2018

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. This was an odd little book. I decided to give this one a try largely because of the cover and the fact that it is the start of a new series. I don't think that I even read the book's summary before diving in since I li...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I was really looking forward to The Master of Dreams by Mike Resnick, but unfortunately it never quite clicked for me. Usually, I like fast-paced novels that just drop us right into the action, but here I ended up a ...

    Full review is here, on my blog!~ This is the story of Eddie Raven, who is a regular dude shopping in Manhattan with his regular girlfriend Lisa when they decide to get their fortunes read. Suddenly, and inexplicably, they get shot at by a random gunman, with a stranger taking a bul...

    I don?t think I?ve read this author before, but I decided to give this one a try. I am a little at a loss to explain how I felt about this book, and really to explain what it?s about. The book is well-written, is very whimsical, has interesting and unique characters, and a wild p...

    OMG but what could that be lol. Good one Mike ...

    #1 of the Dreamscape Trilogy. This 2019 debut series entry by prolific author Mike Resnick has protagonist Eddie Falcon barely escaping an assassination attempt in a shop on 5th Ave. in Manhattan while his girlfriend Lisa is shot. Shortly thereafter he is told by the man who blocked th...

    The Master of Dreams is an intriguing and creative new entry into the fantasy realm. This book begins with an ordinary outing with a man, Eddie Raven, and his girlfriend, Lisa. Upon visiting a fortune teller, things go very, very strange. From there, we are thrown into a wild ride thro...

    I honestly had to force myself to finish reading this book. While well written and with interesting characters, it just fell flat in my mind. The author's usual ability to pull readers into his world seemed to have been pushed aside for cheap laughs and strange retellings of other book...

    My review is up at http://www.sfrevu.com/php/Review-id.p... Basically I thought that pastiches of King Arthur, Oz, and Wonderland have been done to death in fantasy (although adding Casablanca is original) and this book did not offer much that was new. ...

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    Eddie Raven is in trouble and he really does not know why. What he does know is that he needs to keep traveling. This is a fun tale with a unsolved mystery at the heart. Follow Eddie through worlds that look like books, movies, or history as he tries to get home. The end leaves him poi...

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