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From the very beginning there was something that I liked about The Dreamer. I think that it sets itself apart from other books because I tend to not read contemporary books, so reading this one was a breath of fresh air. Also, there was something that I liked about the writing. I thought it was simple but there was beauty in its simplicity. Like I said, a breath of fresh air.
One of my favorite things about The Dreamer was that it focuses on family relationships, not just relationships with a significant other. Matt loved his brother Danny from the very beginning, their relationship grew and developed over time. I could feel their relationship, I appreciated Matt’s love for his younger brother, it’s a relateable feeling since I’m an older sibling. So Matt’s relationship with his brother did feel real and I really enjoyed reading how these brothers learned from one another and how they knew what the other was up to. So if you’re looking for a good book that has one focus on families, this is a great one for you.
Matt, himself, is a very enjoyable character too. Throughout the story you begin to love him and feel his passions. I found myself very nervous for him when he went out to fight, I was so SO nervous. He’s a main character that you can root for, that you can feel for. It’s also another great positive about The Dreamer, the feelings are established.
The only thing reason why I didn’t give it five stars, was more of a personal opinion. I thought there were A LOT of fight scenes, having so many kind of took me away from the story itself. However these scenes were well written and, like I mentioned above, they made you feel nervous for the main character.