The Dream Walker

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Full name Charlotte Armstrong Lewi Wrote 29 novels, plus short stories and plays under the name Charlotte Armstrong and

[Ebook] The Dream Walker By Charlotte Armstrong –
  • 336 pages
  • The Dream Walker
  • Charlotte Armstrong
  • Persian
  • 04 June 2019

10 thoughts on “The Dream Walker

  1. says:

    Olivia Hudson is a drama teacher Her uncle, John Paul Markcus, is a well respected man with an unimpeachable reputation So why does Raymond Pankerman want to take him down Pankerman hires a failed playwright to come up with a hoax a plot that will destroy Marcus reputation Doesn t have to be true it only needs to be thought of as true There s also a fledging actress to perpetuate a supernatural swindle.Olivia refuses to let anyone denigrate her uncle.It is Olivia s voice that tells the story She s actually recording her words and telling the world what really happened This book was Inspired by the mob mentality of the postwar McCarthy hearings.Written in the early 60s, it has an outdated feel to it The premise is a good one I think it could have been better It was a short read less than 200 pages It was like trying to swim in mud Not too interesting and not at all suspenseful.I have read much better books by this author I ca...

  2. says:

    A reverse mystery set in the sixties in which an actress turned schoolteacher unveils the truth behind her school friend s dream walking episodes.

  3. says:

    John Pankerman, a wealthy man is caught as a communist He wants to get back at John Paul Marcus, an important man in Washington Pankerman hires a smart man, Kent Shaw to figure out how Kent hires two sometime actresses, Cora and Darlene, who have similar faces with a pointed nose, to act out cases of supernatural being at two places at once Cora pretends to faint and when she comes out she describes being in another place, meeting someone, and talking with them Later, the person to whom she talks during her dream describe Cora in exa...

  4. says:

    This is an unusual book, with an odd, terse writing style I found it a little off putting at first, and it took me a while to get used to it The sentences are very short The story is told in narration, by someone who is speaking to a tape recorder, and who seems to be in some kind of institution, although where and why is not made clear until the end.It s all rather melodramatic and quite repetitive in places there s an awful lot of harping on the near perfection of the sainted Marcus and the insidious nature of suspicion This book was written in the 1950 s, and it s definitely of its time.My chief complaint is that there s really no mystery to speak of the narrator knows all, it seems, and everything is explained as we go along, so we know who s doing what, and how, and why The on...

  5. says:

    It is one of the best books I have ever read.I was really hooked while reading.I could guess what would happened at the end,but I couldn t put it down.I like the idea of being at the same time in two places.

  6. says:

    I was going to give it 2 stars until I got to the very end.

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