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Dreamworld

· Dreamworld ↠ Jane Goldman - Dreamworld, Dreamworld When it comes to crime in Dreamworld the sprawling Florida vacation resort might as well be never never land That s because the bad things that happen there never reach the press As an ambitious rook

  • Title: Dreamworld
  • Author: Jane Goldman
  • ISBN: 9780671787202
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback

· Dreamworld ↠ Jane Goldman, Dreamworld, Jane Goldman, Dreamworld When it comes to crime in Dreamworld the sprawling Florida vacation resort might as well be never never land That s because the bad things that happen there never reach the press As an ambitious rookie cop on the community s security force twenty five year old Sylvia Avery toes the company line smoothing over disturbances that might tarnish the utopian image of DreamwWhen it comes to · Dreamworld ↠ Jane Goldman - Dreamworld, Dreamworld When it comes to crime in Dreamworld the sprawling Florida vacation resort might as well be never never land That s because the bad things that happen there never reach the press As an ambitious rook

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  1. Jane Goldman

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  1. I haven t quite read another book like this I really liked the narrator s voice, particularly how Goldman demonstrates that you can write about romance and physical attraction in a mystery setting without falling back on sexist and misogynist tropes a rarity in the genre The narrator engages in relationships but maintains her autonomy and agency, and discusses physicality without the reductionism and objectification that is so intimately tied up with American media, especially mystery fiction Th [...]


  2. Perhaps when I have time on my hands, I will try to finish reading this book But as it stands, it wasn t really what I was expecting I couldn t get into the writing style which was serviceable, and smooth, but something about the word choice bugged me As if it was too breathy, or trying to hard to get to the sort of emotionalism that appeared in the two other MTV books I ve read, Dogrun and Floating The reason I prefer either of those books to this one has to deal with the leading female protag [...]


  3. I read this when I was in high school originally I recently got it back out again because I remember liking it so much the first time around I had forgotten most of what happened in the book so re reading it was almost like reading it for the first time.Sylvia Avery works for the amusement park Dreamworld as security personnel, hiding anything or anyone undesirable from the public, so as to maintain the pristine image of the park.One day instead of ushering drunks off the grounds, life is turned [...]


  4. I love this book It s brain candy, but it s really good brain candy tons of pop culture references that aren t even that dated almost 10 years later, a female lead who s tough and intelligent and much cooler than your average chicklit heroine, a decent mystery to unravel, and of course a brilliant if derivative, but then again that s the point setting There s something deliciously twisted about the idea of murder and mayhem lurking just below the surface of the happiest place on earth, and Goldm [...]


  5. I found this book randomly in the patient library at the hospital where I used to be night security Initially attracted by the bright colors, I eventually became enthralled and would come and read it during my breaks I quite enjoyed the book in an I have been awake forever please don t make me think blarrrrrr sort of way Jane Goldman built an enthralling world of hyper bright scenery and intricate passageways However, aside from the main character none of the others stood out as anything other t [...]


  6. I don t know if I wouold have read this book had it not been a dollar at Borders But anyhow, it was an easy read that had a very predictable plotline I liked all the pop culture references Not what you would call a literary classic by any means, but a simple easy read if you re just looking to veg out and read something totally pointless and meaningless I think the author is trying to get to some level of big brother theories and who can you really trust type things, but it s very shallow and ap [...]


  7. A girl works at a disneyland like themepark and has to cover up a murder so as not to upset the parks patrons She snoops a little too far, finding a research faclity on site and thats about all i rememeber It was interesting when i read it, years ago now, and I remember flying through it I wouldnt recommend it for someone of my current age, but perhaps its for the high school or college girl the main character is someone they can easily relate to


  8. This is not a highly acclaimed philosophical literature.This makes for a good travel, summer or an inbetween huge novels read.There is a little bit of crime with the murder suicide and a little bit of mystery surrounding it There is a little bit of relatioships between people and a few tiny bits of action.This works just as it is meant to be enjoyed An entertaining piece of writing.


  9. I really enjoyed this book It was a perfect murder mystery that keep me wanted to read on I will say that it feel a little short at the ending which is why I only gave it 4 stars but other than that it was a good book and I would recommend it


  10. Sylvia Avery works security at a Disney competitor in Florida She is brought into a sensitive investigation into a murder suicide by her lover, a VP, and her boss.Her investigations cut up and into the amusement park phenomena It s well written and very relate able.


  11. I didn t like this book at all I read about 100 pages and I couldn t bear to go on It was so boring and badly written Definitely would not recommend If I could give less than one star I would have.


  12. Fun airport novelette Especially if you are like me, and are suspect of entities like Disney World The protagonist is unburdened of her naivete, Dreamworld of it s veneer of perfection, and whodunits stagger forward.


  13. I loved this book It completely mimicked Disney World, so I had a unique way of relating to the book Very easy to read sort of a mystery I loved it and have thought of re reading it several times Just too many other books to be read


  14. Can t even remember if I finished this one, it was so hard going Passed it along in a swap, if I remember rightly.


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