A Rhapsody of Dreams

A Rhapsody of Dreams IT S NEVER TOO LATE TO FIND LOVEA contemporary and endearing novel about fate ghosts lost loves and the pursuit of magic amongst the ordinary Tyler is thirty something and disillusioned with life Ha

  • Title: A Rhapsody of Dreams
  • Author: Tami Egonu
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • IT S NEVER TOO LATE TO FIND LOVEA contemporary and endearing novel about fate, ghosts, lost loves and the pursuit of magic amongst the ordinary.Tyler is thirty something and disillusioned with life Hanging onto a magnificent balloon far above his London office, he sees countless other daydreamers Immediately abandoning his stale reality, Tyler begins a search for answersIT S NEVER TOO LATE TO FIND LOVEA contemporary and endearing novel about fate, ghosts, lost loves and the pursuit of magic amongst the ordinary.Tyler is thirty something and disillusioned with life Hanging onto a magnificent balloon far above his London office, he sees countless other daydreamers Immediately abandoning his stale reality, Tyler begins a search for answers about life, death and his part in it all, and on discovering a world seemingly void of magic is left contemplating the existence of miracles At a ramshackle Georgian house in Yorkshire, Molly has an extraordinary encounter with an old lady who in sharing her past will help Molly reach for a future she could never have imagined.However, nothing is as it first appears in this bittersweet story about second chances, entwining destinies, a field of enchanting sunflowers, a memory tree and the search for love even beyond death.A thoughtful, captivating, poignant and ultimately uplifting novel, A Rhapsody of Dreams will make you want to celebrate life and love Please note that the language spelling of this novel is English UK

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    1. I really liked this book. I thought it was well written. And I loved the idea of eternal love and magic described by the author. I loved the characters Tyler and Molly, but mainly Evelyn. I liked the way the writer described the uncertainties that are part of human nature through dreams. I highly recommend this book.

    2. I’ve just finished reading this book after an all-night session due to mild insomnia, and the only pit stops were to go to the toilet and then go to the kitchen to make more coffee that induced more visits to the toilet. I downloaded this book last night at 10, and didn't put it down until 4.30 am. I am beyond enchanted with this novel. This is such an ideal insomniac friend. I was hooked from the start. It drew me in and I found the literary aspect of it was convincingly merged with so many o [...]

    3. A far better read than I expected. I really liked the characters, warts and all. I was also pleasantly surprised by the magical elements and the whole follow your dream aspect. The world isn't perfect. This story reflects that in people’s life choices, regrets, dreams and finding out who we are and the hope of connecting with another or others. It was a fun read with a flying steamship, ghosts and Bagel the dog all an added bonus. Well worth the read.

    4. I really loved this book! This story is about eternal love and magic and it's not cheesy or over the top and I could not put it down, which, honestly surprised me. I highly recommend this book to those who like love stories or tales of magic. I think I have found a new favorite author, and I will definitely be reading more of her books.

    5. I really wish I could find something good to say about this book. I hate leaving negative reviews because I know how much time and effort goes into writing, but basically, nothing about this book worked for me. It has a plodding, meandering plot. The pacing was uneven, the prose uninspired—why did we spend time reading Tyler describe a hornet crawling on his foot? What was with all the wind imagery? I assume Egonu was trying to convey something about circumstance, but it, like much of this boo [...]

    6. A Rhapsody of Dreams follows the frustrated musings of two kindred spirits, Tyler and Molly. The chapters more or less alternate between the two storylines while the reader observes the universe stitching the seemingly disconnected tales together. While it's a passive construct, I do like the way the two narratives collide. Unfortunately, I regret that I cannot recommend this novel.I believe that the author banked heavily on the power of their descriptive prose to the carry the story. Egonu want [...]

    7. Tyler quits his mundane job and embarks on an almost decade-long journey to find himself; Evelyn, the elderly owner of a mysterious Georgian house, meets Molly, a happily-divorced mother-of-one, and confides in her about her one true love. As magic begins to weave its spell, the dreams of all three characters become entwined.From Tami Egonu’s description of this book, I somehow imagined it would be a YA novel. It’s not. Some of the content is definitely adult. Nor is it quite magic realism, [...]

    8. My friend recommended this book and did not tell me too much about it. I'm happy to have found out as it is about the uncertainties we all experience and making the wrong choices. There is magic and questions of life that I often ask and more there is the hope of find love. No matter ho many times burned, I still believe in love. We find our own answers and pray for a soul mate to share our life. There is hope.

    9. I wasn’t expecting this. A simple story told in an unusual and entrancingly vivid way. This is a very sweet modern tale that surprised me with its dreamlike quality and likeable characters. It made me forget about the mundane for a few hours and keeps me believing in eternal love. I highly recommend this book.

    10. Wow! I’ve just discovered another favourite author. I decided to give this author a chance and let me tell you I'm exceedingly happy I did! After reading it, I felt a honey glow. Love is in the air!

    11. Rhapsody of Dreams follows the story of Tyler and Molly, two disenchanted individuals in search of the meaning of life. Tyler, jaded from the daily grind, suddenly quits his job and embarks on a journey around the world in search of identity. For over three years, he travels the continents, collecting memorable experiences, acquiring new insights, but never really satisfying his psychological needs or questions about life.Single mother, Molly, disillusioned with life and a bad martial experience [...]

    12. I was given this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.This book was quite an intriguing and interesting read. It is about a handful of people who see the world differently from practically everyone around them and the way they (try to) deal with it, and I quite like the take the author took on this matter, especially since so many people these days actually do not see any kind of magic in their day-to-day life anymore.The writing flows quite nicely except for a few hiccups here an [...]

    13. Quite a disappointing read. I had high hopes after being intrigued by the reviews on and the cover art which were unfortunately dashed once I started reading. The characters were wooden and somewhat annoying - they were supposed to see the world in a different way but I felt that the writer didn't really demonstrate this in a well-drawn convincing manner and the magic didn't really feel at all genuine either. I suppose what I'm saying is that for this type of story to work you have to get the r [...]

    14. I was given this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.Rating: 3.5 stars.Rhapsody of Dreams follows the story of Tyler and Molly, both who want to search for the true meaning of life. Tyler quitI found it a very interesting read, the words flow from page to page and once I got over the wobbly start I very much enjoyed it. There was a few odd phrasings at time, but they smoothed out as Egonu went on. It was rather relaxing too, the magical quality of the book is almost dream like. I [...]

    15. I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.This was kind of a strange book. I thoroughly enjoyed chapter one, but it just didn't click with me from there on. Most of the book was written like realistic fiction, but then there were these fantastical dream-reality.s that were abruptly put in making the story seem kind of choppy. It was also confusing that the chapters alternated between characters. It wasn't a consistent alteration, so you had to pay attention to who the [...]

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