- File Size: 1246 KB
- Print Length: 302 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Press (June 6, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 6, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XQZ82SJ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #155,827 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lady of Dreams Kindle Edition
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The main character from what I gathered is somewhat disconnected from her body on a conscientious level which leaves her physically weak while allowing her to "dream". These dreams aren't actually dreams like we the reader would normally think. These dreams allow her to view other people's lives as they are happening and sometimes influence them.
The author in my opinion did not explain this concept well or really give a reason why she is able to do this sort of dream walk. Also the main character often describes herself as feeling light or heavy with no real explanation of why or in what way those sensations affect her. More so in regards to feeling heavy.
The idea that only certain people can really see and remember her is interesting but I wish more background into why was given. Also the idea that her oppa and the gentleman that becomes her love interest sort of weigh her down ( I assume ground her soul to her body) and keep the dreams at bay is really interesting and caught my attention. The use of magic was mentioned but not really expanded on which would have been intriguing.
All in all I enjoyed the story I just thought that some things needed more detail and an explanation aside from idk. How the story ended I could see a second book or a spin-off about a different set of characters.
That is not to say that it's flawless- it starts off a bit slow, it takes a while before you get to care about many of the main characters, and WR broke my darn heart. BUT, I was pulled in and engaged enough that my heart could be broken and it stuck. With. Me.
The book alludes to typical K drama tropes, both embracing and gently poking fun at them, and There were scenes that I could easily picture perfectly in my head. The characters that you really get to know, which is not QUITE all of them, are lovely. I don't want to spoil anything but there's one character that I would have married myself, were he real.
I enjoyed this book and do recommend it, especially if you like k dramas but even if you don't.
It's interesting that the only things that pulls her back into her body are the people she cares about, yet her strongest dreams are about the people she loves.
As a tea drinker myself, I appreciate Yong Hwa Jung's love of tea. Coffee is good, but there's something about a cup of hot tea
that makes life better. Especially in conjunction with a book on a rainy day, or during a Michigan winter.
Tea obsession aside, this is a great book. You don't want to miss it. Though I must say, I like her two monarchies sequence better.
I received a copy of this book through the Kindle Scout program.
No curse words, sex, or violence. Author Felicia Mires, feliciamires.com
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