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    Not my cup of tea!

    The House of Dreams is told in the first person from various characters’ point-of-view (mostly Gabriel’s). I really did not enjoy this novel. The writing is disjointed and awkward. It starts in 2000 and then jumps back in time. It keeps going back and forth (making it disjointed and hard to read). The House of Dreams is an extremely long and boring book (just from my perspective). I had a hard time reading this book. It just did not engage me (or draw me in) as a reader. I thought Gabriel's "secret" was obvious. I decided to take a guess before I read the book and see if I was right. I was (I kept hoping for a twist)! The ending is odd. I wanted to quit reading after a couple of chapters, but I pushed on and finished it (I kept hoping it would get better). I give The House of Dreams 1.5 out of 5 stars. This novel was just not for me. I am really tired of novels dealing with World War II (I keep hoping I will get a really good one). We have had a plethora of them over the last year (and most of them were not enjoyable). I received a complimentary copy of The House of Dreams from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review of the novel.

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