"What A Dream!"

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
"What A Dream!" is a short story about a very vivid and lucid dream in which the dreamer finds himself on a beach at Coney Island, New York, with his older brother, Joe, and they spend the day together at the amusement park. It takes place in a simpler time during the park's heyday circa 1896. The story is filled with fun facts of the day and a realism, which transports the reader to NY, 1896.

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Words: 3,640
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466107960
About Elizabeth & William Hicks

Elizabeth Emily Hicks and William Raymond Hicks, both natives of Southern California, are a husband and wife team who met through a transformational workshop environment. During much personal growth together, Elizabeth, a.k.a. Elise, and William were inspired to write Wings, The Journey Home. Elise and William are both students of history, psychology, self-empowerment, metaphysics and quantum physics. Their intention is to teach what they have learned in a fun and inspiring way. ‘Wings’ is their first published book, and they are working on several other books, including a book of poems, short stories, and musings.

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Review by: Grinelda Markowitz on May 03, 2012 :
“What A Dream,” is a playful look back into the way things were; nostalgia in a very imaginative, evocative, and fun-filled presentation. The authors facilitate our regression to a place and time that was very different from out own yet the people still had the need for fun in their lives. Both informative and heart-warming the story provides a day of abandon through the eyes of two young strangers to the period and time in which the story is set. An enjoyable read and I look forward to reading more stories by Elizabeth & William Hicks.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Sue Erickson on Feb. 23, 2012 :
What a great story!!!!!
(review of free book)

Review by: MB Crandell on Feb. 20, 2012 :
I really liked the story! The author wove his spell so that it felt like I was there with the two brothers. Wonderful wonderful story!
(review of free book)

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