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The dream book

"The Dream Book" deals with the question of whether there is more between life and death. When you're in a coma, what does that mean? Where are you? Do you live?

The author approaches this topic incredibly profoundly, shows scientific and philosophical perspectives and invites the reader to reflect. We accompany Henri, who "lives" in a coma, reviewing the important turning points in his life and seeing the possibilities if he had made a different decision. Eddie, who has never really gotten over the breakup with Henri and is looking for a way to reach Henri. And Sam, Henri's son, who never met his father and now wants to find out who he is.

The characters were all worked out so well, you suffered with everyone and none ... more

"The Dream Book" deals with the question of whether there is more between life and death. When you're in a coma, what does that mean? Where are you? Do you live?

The author approaches this topic incredibly profoundly, shows scientific and philosophical perspectives and invites the reader to reflect. We accompany Henri, who "lives" in a coma, reviewing the important turning points in his life and seeing the possibilities if he had made a different decision. Eddie, who has never really gotten over the breakup with Henri and is looking for a way to reach Henri. And Sam, Henri's son, who never met his father and now wants to find out who he is.

The characters were all worked out so well, you suffered with everyone and no point of view was neglected. All emotions, from fear, sadness and anger to hope, joy and happiness, are represented and continuously alternate. The writing style is easy and difficult at the same time, you fly through the pages, but still deal with the story for days afterwards. It was wonderful to read.

After all, I never expected the end to end like this and almost made me cry. The borders are disappearing and completely new paths are opening up. Because there is so much more between life and death.

The only point of criticism I have is the breathlessness at times. Some scenes could have been drawn, since philosophy has assumed such dimensions that the plot has stepped on the spot.

Otherwise, "The Dream Book" is incredibly recommendable, especially if you want to broaden your horizons and deal with the subject of "coma" beyond science. I give it 4/5 stars.