A Dream Apart

A Dream Apart THE NEW NOVEL FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE YEAR WE FINALLY SOLVED EVERYTHINGElliot Bergeron feels like he s been here beforeElliot Bergeron has just finished university and is falling for a young woman Elli

  • Title: A Dream Apart
  • Author: Rudolf Kerkhoven
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • THE NEW NOVEL FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE YEAR WE FINALLY SOLVED EVERYTHINGElliot Bergeron feels like he s been here beforeElliot Bergeron has just finished university and is falling for a young woman Elliot Bergeron is a disheartened thirty year old elementary school teacher counting down the years to his pension Elliot Bergeron s life is wide open Elliot Bergeron s liTHE NEW NOVEL FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE YEAR WE FINALLY SOLVED EVERYTHINGElliot Bergeron feels like he s been here beforeElliot Bergeron has just finished university and is falling for a young woman Elliot Bergeron is a disheartened thirty year old elementary school teacher counting down the years to his pension Elliot Bergeron s life is wide open Elliot Bergeron s life is sealed shut Elliot Bergeron has dreams of his future Elliot Bergeron has dreams of his past Elliot Bergeron is living two parts of his own life at the same time and doesn t know who he is, whom he loves, what he controls, what will happen next, or even what happened before With an ear for dialogue and a penchant for wry humor, Kerkhoven s writing is reminiscent of Nick Hornby but with the attitude of Dave Eggers Utilizing a narrative that is linear and yet cyclical, A Dream Apart is an original and surreal drama about love and tragedy with a comedic gloss Like The Year We Finally Solved Everything, it defies simple genre classification.

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    One thought on “A Dream Apart”

    1. I downloaded this ages ago, and stumbled upon it again in my Kindle, after having read The Year We Finally Solved it All (which I also really enjoyed). Rudolf Kerkhoven's writing is very different from the normal, run-of-the-mill novels I'm used to reading, and that is a good thing. The reader joins Elliot Bergeron in his confusing and disturbing quest to determine what is real and what is a dream. Well worth the read!(review cross posted on )

    2. I enjoyed the book and the narrative's turn makes the second half of the book worth reading a second and third time.

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