“The Depth Of Salinger With Biting Lyricism”

Review of Things Said in Dreams by Ryne Douglas Pearson, screenwriter of Knowing, bacon¬†aficionado, and family man: ‘Things Said In Dreams’ doesn’t leap off the page. It spills from it and washes over you like a steady stream of consciousness, released in a singular breath of spoken word given life by the protagonist. In a Continue reading “The Depth Of Salinger With Biting Lyricism”

Beautiful! This is exactly the kind of book I’m searching for when I go to the book store. I’ll spend an hour there and not find it, though. I’m amazed. Things Said In Dreams reads like truth. The dialogue feels true, the thoughts feel true, and the narration too.

This was a strange but interesting read and I would certainly read on if there was more to read. You seem to have got inside her head pretty well and captured the jumbled up thoughts of a teen. I found the breaking up of words a little disconcerting at the start but it’s clear this is the style you’re going for as it adds to the chatty nature of the character. You capture the nature of being a teen and aimless or certainly having all sorts of nonsense tumbling through your head very well. I have marked this in the higher range of what I have read on ywo. I like it – best of luck with it.

This was a strange but interesting read and I would certainly read on if there was more to read. You seem to have got inside her head pretty well and captured the jumbled up thoughts of a teen. I found the breaking up of words a little disconcerting at the start but it’s clear this is the style you’re going for as it adds to the chatty nature of the character. You capture the nature of being a teen and aimless or certainly having all sorts of nonsense tumbling through your head very well. I have marked this in the higher range of what I have read on ywo. I like it – best of luck with it.