Five Star Review: The Experiment of Dreams by Brandon Zenner
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Released: February 26, 2014
Genre: Science Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Length: 277 pages
A shocking psychological thriller: Benjamin Walker's lifelong career of testing experimental drugs and medicines, as well as participating in fascinating sleep-related studies, has come to an end. A new and lucrative job opportunity is offered to Ben, working on a project named Lucy, a machine capable of reading and recording a person's dreams in intimate detail. All is finally going well for Ben . . . until strange dreams of a town named Drapery Falls begin to plague him, and memories once hidden begin to reveal themselves. The doctors and staff onboard team Lucy are not who Ben thinks they are, and Mr. Kalispell will stop at nothing to keep Ben's emerging memories buried for good. Ben is put on a collision course that will bring him to the brink of total insanity, and perhaps even death. At the heart of it all, Ben's worst enemy is his own mind, and he must confront his past in order to save his future. The twist and turns in The Experiment of Dreams will keep you guessing, down to the very last line.
Review by Stormi
I have always loved Psychology. I took a Psych class in high school and fell in love. In college I got my Associates Degree with a Concentration in Psychology and I plan on going back for my Bachelors in Psychology. That being said, this book won me over so quick. The writing is amazing and the story of Ben is an amazing one. You think you know whats happening and around every corner more and more mystery surrounds the big Experiment that Ben is apart of. This book brought mystery, danger, romance, and technology all together. It would be amazing if the technology in this book was real. It would change the world.
I very much loved this book. The characters were easy to love and some easy to hate. This is a very well written and very descriptive book. This is a book that I will definitely recommend other readers, especially those who love Psychology, to read.