Two Lives...One Diary

Two Lives...One Diary

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by J.M. Array
     
 

Robert has never had a dream before. On his 18th birthday everything changes and he starts to dream. Because this is an unusual experience for him, he decides to have a dream-diary. Soon after that, he realizes that his dreams are directly connected to his real life. Suddenly, he finds himself living two lives…yet he only has one simple diary.

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Robert has never had a dream before. On his 18th birthday everything changes and he starts to dream. Because this is an unusual experience for him, he decides to have a dream-diary. Soon after that, he realizes that his dreams are directly connected to his real life. Suddenly, he finds himself living two lives…yet he only has one simple diary.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011146305
Publisher:
J.M. Array
Publication date:
11/26/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
290,382
File size:
290 KB
Age Range:
13 Years

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Two Lives...One Diary 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 37 reviews.
rachelgrace More than 1 year ago
you have to buy this book! i think its best for readers nine and up. it has a good lenth. not to long not to short. i love this book! it is about a 18 year old boy that writes a dream dairy.ok that might sound girly but it is not. trust me. there are some words in it that some people think are bad. like bliss,ass,damn, and crap. but besides that it is a great book! and the bad words are not in the book that much. and it is free! great deal is you ask me. i am nine and i love the book!
Anonymous 11 months ago
Looking forward to read more. He has a nice was of looking at the future- no matter what we are going through everything will get better.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Okay you are probably seeing all these reviews that say it needs editin well it does'nt because it is atrue journal and the publisher thought it would be best for the reader to see it by roberts original writing
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Be my friend
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was good. Confusing in some parts but you'll know everything by the end. Great read for 10+ ages
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Natalie Deoroop More than 1 year ago
this book had a great story. it definitly kept my interest. but i think they could have done more with it. i love the ending it keeps you wondering. i think he author should write a sequel. this book was a great read!
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JP-WASHINGTON More than 1 year ago
I liked this book. While the author would benefit from some better editing, I tried to ignore this and focus on the story itself. The premise of the story was unique and original. I liked the future (or was it the present?) world that the author created. The story was a little rushed in places and I felt the Mr. Array could have easily taken his idea and developed it into a full-length novel versus a novella. Sometimes the characters seemed a little shallow, but I thought they were okay for the most part. I really liked the message that this novella sends to its readers; it was very good. Overall this was a good first effort by this young author.
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BP_Robert More than 1 year ago
This is a semi-good book.
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MaoReader More than 1 year ago
This book was a great start. It kept my attention and was easy to get through. It protrayed many of America's problems and makes you think. It did seem to get a little harrowing at times, and I wanted to see more of the relationship the main character, Robert, had with his friends, and especially with his parents. It also needed some editing, and a stronger voice-the author didn't capture the essence of what a seventeen year old boy would think or talk like. Overall, though, it's a quick read worth giving a once-over.
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SLS63 More than 1 year ago
Very off-beat but compelling. Couldn't put it down until I finished.
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