Book Review

BOOK REVIEW: PARALYSED IN DREAMLAND by Raunak Agarwal

BLURB

Have you ever woken up to the thought of scribbling down your dream because it was simply amazing – only to wake up once again?

Hi! I am Doofus, and I suffer from Sleep Paralysis and Vivid Dreams Syndrome. This means that I see dreams that feel so real, that they can make you question reality. Paralyzed in Dreamland is a collection of some of my vivid dreams – expressed in the form of humorous, yet thought-provoking short stories.

From the best-selling author of Heart Broken Musings and The Things We Do for Love, comes an unputdownable collection of fifteen short stories – based on his actual dreams. The stories are narrated by Doofus; the protagonist, and revolve around various themes like friendship, love, family, religion, career, society, fantasies, and the world at large. Being the literal transcription of the author’s dream, each story goes through bizarre twists and turns, providing the reader with an escape from their monotonous reality.

BOOK REVIEW

Cover: 3/5
Title: 4/5
Blurb: 4/5
Presentation: 4/5
Plots: 4/5
Thought Process: 5/5

Final Rating: 4/5

The cover is okay, given the plot and the story. This could have been better, i feel.

The title “Dreamland” seems perfect for the stories.

This Novel is a beautiful collection of 15 stories. I appreciate the author because each and every tale is so different from other and so unique.

I loved the concept. What if We could do the same..
What if we could see our Dreams on rewind when we are awake.

These tales are extremely engrossing and the experience is so relatable.

Even if you are not a regular reader, then also you can easily relate with it. I will definitely recommend it, go for it.

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