The Experiment of Dreams

The Experiment of Dreams

by Brandon Zenner


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692355138
Publisher: Brandon Zenner
Publication date: 12/11/2014
Pages: 274
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Brandon Zenner was born and raised in Red Bank New Jersey, only a short distance from the shore. His short fiction has been published in both print and online publications, the first being PLAZM 28, submitted when Brandon was just 19 years old. In 2014 Brandon published his first full-length novel, "The Experiment of Dreams," as a Kindle ebook. The paperback novel followed a year later.

Throughout his early years writing, Brandon's favorite practice was to open a dictionary to any random page and aimlessly select the first word that this finger touched. He would then feverishly write a short story using his Smith-Corona typewriter. Using a mechanical typewriter, without the aid of auto correct, taught the importance of grammar and spelling (as well as patience and aggravation).

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The Experiment of Dreams 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Edsel More than 1 year ago
This story is very believable. It makes you think about what scientist are really doing and what they are actually studying. The characters are interesting and you don't find out about them all at once. Some things you don't find out to the end. I can't wait to get more of Mr. Zenner's books
DeviNair More than 1 year ago
Psychological thriller is always an amazing novel to read. The blurb of most psycho-thrillers are way too interesting than the book. There are very few books that matches their blurb. And this book kept up with the expectations. The story started on running feet and almost always maintained the pace. There were some parts where a bit excess explanation was provided but it can be overlooked as they can be either skipped or fast read with no data loss. The pace being set and the thriller being said, the story was an amazing adventure right from the start till the very end of the book. The twist was interesting and unexpected. A clean close to a brilliant book. Overall a brilliant reading experience
megHan-sHena More than 1 year ago
The Experiment of Dreams When Sage contacted me and asked me if I would be interested in being part of this blog tour, I immediately recognized the cover of the book, something that I had purchased sometime last year, but hadn't had a chance to read yet.  Since it was something I had planned to read anyways, I went ahead and said yes.  And I'm glad that I did.  And irritated with myself for waiting so long to read this. I enjoyed this book.  It was an interesting story line, the main character (Ben) captivated my attention (especially the emotions that he had about the death of his wife) - when the story line changes from just a guy seeing a new doctor, I kept reading and reading.  Now, there were parts where things were a little far-fetched, where the writing needed some help (a second edit would be a wise decision), but all-in-all the story was good, different, and I enjoyed reading it.  I would also read more from this author - I love the way he describes things, the detail that he adds.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago