Dream On is one of Terry Tyler's earlier novelsand another enjoyable story with some unexpected twists as the plot unfolds.
I really like Terry Tyler's writing.She has a remarkable ability to take the lives of fairly ordinary people and turn them into such interesting and engaging characters. And Dream On is no exception.
Book DescriptionDave Bentley was born to be a rock star.
He believes he's a reincarnated Viking warrior, too...
When Dave forms his new band, Thor, there are plenty of sleepless nights for Janice, his on-off girlfriend and mother of his son. Not only must she deal with the thrills and spills of life as a hardworking single mum, but also the imminent return of singer-songwriter Ariel Swan, Dave's one true love.
Poor Janice. Dave is still the love of her life.
Ariel Swan returns to small town life - and Dave's heart.
She and her friend Melodie (whose ambition is to be "a celebrity") enter a TV talent competition, so Dave and the rest of Thor decide to make the most of the opportunity for possible fame and fortune, too. This adventure brings about big changes in the lives of all of them – none of which Dave could have anticipated.
One member of Thor even ends up on The Jeremy Kyle Show...
Whenever I read Terry Tyler novelsI always become really involved with the story. Her writing style draws the reader in so well that every page turns itself and it's difficult to leave the narrative and go and do something else.
Dream On, just like the other Terry Tyler novels, is easy to read and yet it gives the reader something to think about. This time it's an exploration of the values that lead to fulfilment in life. Each of the main characters strives to achieve their ambition but the route to success is filled with obstacles quite often of their own making. For some the end result is not always what at first seemed to be their goal.
I read Dream On with my Kindle Unlimited subscriptionand enjoyed every chapter. Terry Tyler is the author of twelve published ebooks and I thought that, apart from a collection of short stories, I'd read them all. But on double-checking I've realised there's a sequel to Dream On.
You can be sure that I've already got Full Circle on my Kindle, waiting to be read.