Alice has been dreaming of Max since she was a little girl and her mother abandoned her and her father. She has fun with him and looks forward to her dream encounters with Max, “the man of her dreams.” When Alice switches schools, the last thing she expects to find is Max. Her Max. In the flesh! But does he remember her in real life like she remembers him? And how in the world is such a thing even possible?Dreamology is one of the best dreamworld books I’ve ever read. Filled with quirky and unforgettable characters, this story is just downright fun. Alice and Max struggle to sort out their relationship while Alice also tries to make peace with her broken family, as well as, forge a friendship with a fantastic guy who wants to be more than friends. The dream sequences are so much fun because the author really dove in and played with the types of absurd things that can happen in dreams. From a private party at the MET, to floating down a milk river in Cheerios, Alice and Max do all sorts of off the wall things.This b ook was a true joy to read.
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|Page Count||336 pages|
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