Alice has dreamed of Max for as long as she can remember– in her dreams, they are happy and in love, going on the kind of crazy adventures that can only happen in dreams.
When Alice moves to Boston, though, Max is in her psychology class at her new school! Except this Max seems detached … and he has a girlfriend.
I really enjoyed this one! There were some really great lines, and I especially loved the character of Oliver, one of Alice’s new friends. I loved the dream sequences, and it was fun to tweet with Lucy Keating while I read it too. An interesting concept, though the conflict at the end confused me a little bit. All in all, an enjoyable, light read!
@jackieleawrites this is truly one of my favorite quotes from the book. If you get this quote then you get me! Thx for sharing ❤️
— Lucy Keating (@lucyinwifi) June 18, 2016
I hope to enjoy this one as much as you did! ☺️ great review
This description kinda reminds me of In a World Just Right.
Yes! I liked both books. This one was cutsier and the Brooks book was more philosophical. Girl POV here vs guy POV there. Good catch.
I read an ARC of this one a while back and loved it! I agree with you; a fun light read! And a premise I had not seen before.