All of Our Dreams

All of Our Dreams

by James Andrew Wilson
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All of Our Dreams 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
JRParker More than 1 year ago
James Andrew Wilson took quite an ambitious approach to telling this story, especially considering its short length. The story is told in a series of scenes, in no discernable order, with months and years between them. That said, he nailed it. I was always on edge but never lost. His method of delivery elevated a story already made superb by deep characters and compelling plot. Novellas often strike me as too short, like novels stripped down to the bones to fit a shorter word count. But not so with "All of our Dreams." This story has the depth of a novel in the length of a novella. And that is perhaps what I'm most impressed with. I read it in one sitting, and am looking forward to what this author dreams up next.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
James Andew Wilson is a master of fiction and time! When Luke met Arianna upon chance he met the love of his life, but life is fragile and that is where the love makes up for its loss. As I was reading this story it was like watching a painting unfold before my eyes, piece by piece the painting came to life on the pages portraying the life of this beautiful couple in their happiness and stuggle. I was intrigued by the character Thomas Constant master over time, the friend and foe, just doing his job. I am giving you a little insight to the story but I want you to experience it for yourself because it will stir your soul. It definitely gave me a new view on life. This is the first James Andrew Wilson book I have read. He has gained a fan for life. This is the third 7 Hours book I have read, I cannot wait to read the rest!
DreamWriter7 More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. When I got it on my kindle I couldn't put it down, every chapter I read made me want to read what happened next. This is a must read.