The Dream Room Epub ↠ The Dream PDF or

The Dream Room Epub ↠ The Dream PDF or

The Dream Room [Epub] ❧ The Dream Room Author Marcel Möring – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Set in the s, The Dream Room is the story of a family s dissolution, as witnessed through the eyes of twelve year old David An only child, he is fascinated by the culinary arts making the family s din Set in the s, The Dream Room is the story of a family The Dream PDF or s dissolution, as witnessed through the eyes of twelve year old David An only child, he is fascinated by the culinary arts making the family s dinner nightly and reading cookbooks as if they were novels and novels as if they were cookbooks content to simply spend time with his mother and father, a pilot during World War II who is now an unemployed engineer One long, rainy summer, they work together building model airplanes for the toy shop beneath their apartment to support themselves their only means of survival But although times are difficult, David is happy, for his family has never been so close and life has never felt so secure But his peace is shattered by an old family friend, whose appearance will destroy everything David holds most dear and irrevocably alter the course of his lifeIntelligent and philosophical, The Dream Room is at once an entrancing family history, love story, and fairy tale that confirms Marcel M ring s reputation as one of the great literary talents of his generation.


10 thoughts on “The Dream Room

  1. Sarah Sarah says:

    I enjoyed reading this a lot Some of the sections were fabulous, all beautifully written For me the ending let it down, I was left with so manyquestions about the earlier parts and in the 12 year old boy and had to flick back to see if I had missed something I would definitely seek this author out again, I enjoyed his writing style.


  2. janetandjohn janetandjohn says:

    Dad has given up his job Mum s just been fired from hers David, their 12 year old son, comes up with a good idea..A short but wonderful novella of only 120 pages which I liked a lot, until I got to the last chapter which I felt unnecessary.


  3. Anthony Anthony says:

    This was a very nice novella The language was beautiful The scenes were vivid and well painted The story was equally joyous and sad It was succinct, but it doesn t just spell everything out like most stories And a very quick read as well.


  4. Kanan Virkar Kanan Virkar says:

    Can someone explain the ending I like the story It was cute But I don t think I understand everything


  5. Anton Segers Anton Segers says:

    Veel mooie momenten, in aanzet een ontroerend vaderportret, maar de puzzel is niet af, levert geen samenhangend totaalbeeld op.


  6. Mathilde / Ikvindlezenleuk Mathilde / Ikvindlezenleuk says:

    Lees mijn recensie op Ikvindlezenleuk Lees mijn recensie op Ikvindlezenleuk


  7. Vicky Vicky says:

    For a such a short novel, it leaves its mark in my mind The young narrator who absorbs everything around him, only to realize he does understand the goings on of his parents, is an impacting character who points out to the reader that we must not underestimate the knowledge of young people and the impressions we leave upon them.His love of cuisine, which reveals his zest for life the love he has for his parents and how he unknowingly tries to keep them together, further revealing his perceptio For a such a short novel, it leaves its mark in my mind The young narrator who absorbs everything around him, only to realize he does understand the goings on of his parents, is an impacting character who points out to the reader that we must not underestimate the knowledge of young people and the impressions we leave upon them.His love of cuisine, which reveals his zest for life the love he has for his parents and how he unknowingly tries to keep them together, further revealing his perception and how observant he is, makes the reader identify with him and revert back to childhood to see how much we absorbed at such a young age


  8. Tara Tara says:

    This was sold as a novel, but is really a novella The book begins a bit slowly, then picks up steam when the young narrator starts exploring his passion for food We are then taken to the coast and shown small pictures of his family heritage, which is fascinating, and the current unraveling of his family, then the story ends abruptly and finishes with the grown narrator relating a fairy tale to the local children.This abrupt change away from the real emotion in the book is jarring and mars what This was sold as a novel, but is really a novella The book begins a bit slowly, then picks up steam when the young narrator starts exploring his passion for food We are then taken to the coast and shown small pictures of his family heritage, which is fascinating, and the current unraveling of his family, then the story ends abruptly and finishes with the grown narrator relating a fairy tale to the local children.This abrupt change away from the real emotion in the book is jarring and mars what could have been an excellent tale Instead, it s good one


  9. Gnoe Graasland Gnoe Graasland says:

    In mijn audioversie bleek het laatste hoofdstuk te ontbreken Dat was wel een heel abrupt einde Gelukkig heb ik ook de papieren versie Want hoofdstuk 4 maakt het boek meer de moeite waard, omdat het verhaal daarmee naar de tegenwoordige tijd wordt gehaald in context wordt geplaatst Het zou me niet verbazen als ik berhaupt meer van Modelvliegen zou hebben genoten als ik het fysieke boek zou hebben gelezen..


  10. Margreeth Wallast Margreeth Wallast says:

    Het is niet zozeer verhaal maar de manier waarop het verteld wordt dat boeit.


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