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The Dreaming Tree

De : Matthew Mather
Lu par : Robin Eller,Tom Taylorson
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    Description

    A serial killer is loose on the streets of New York,
    chased by a detective whose mutated eyes
    see things only she can.... 

    Shutter Island meets Jacob’s Ladder in the new near-future crime thriller from million-copy best seller Matthew Mather, with books translated in over 20 languages worldwide. 

    “Relentless pacing, well-developed main characters, and plethora of bombshell plot twists.” (Publishers Weekly)

    After a near-fatal car crash, Royce wakes up to find he’s one of the first patients to undergo a radical new procedure: a full-body transplant. Convalescing and suffering from waking nightmares, he answers the door at his Long Island home and meets Delta Devlin, a New York detective. She sees things nobody else can, visions created by a mutation to her eyes. 

    Royce becomes Devlin’s prime suspect in a string of grisly murders. Desperate for answers, he tracks down the grieving widow of the man whose body he now inhabits. Out of time, and perhaps his mind, he tumbles through a hallucinogenic underworld of black-market body parts and billionaires where nothing can stand in the way of living forever - not even death itself.
     

    ©2019 Matthew Mather (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 25/07/2019

    A very real lifelike story!

    This has to be some of the finest work! So far I have read almost all of his books, and am lost in each one to the end..
    I'm glad I don't live inside his mind!

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    • Chantal Noordeloos
    • 24/05/2020

    Okay story but the writing felt ‘off’

    It was okay. The concept was interesting and though for most of the book it seemed to go to a bit of a dull cliche storyline it actually redeemed itself at the end. But the writing was just not my cup of tea. The characters felt a little forced somehow and they acted very strange. And not just those who were losing their mind. They just had very little depth.
    The author was too focused on writing a book filled with surprises that it just didn’t feel right.
    The female narrator made listening a bit of a chore for me. I don’t want to be mean, but I think she had a very light speech impediment and that made her tone just sound a bit strange. It really made it difficult to get immersed into the parts she read.
    If you’re not a very critical reader you will potentially enjoy this book. It’s not bad. I didn’t feel it was a waste of time reading it, but I wish it was better

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 23/07/2019

    bad narrator, okay story

    I hated the female narrator. decent story, kept me engaged despite the awful performance. the ending kind of puttered out.

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    • Marsha L. Woerner
    • 23/09/2020

    All guesses are wrong

    (As posted in GoodReads)
    Every guess I made during the course of the book was wrong! The surprise conclusion was great, particularly because I was not satisfied with any of my "guesses"; they were all unsatisfying and depressing. But the actual conclusion was definitely satisfying, and it dispelled all suspicions of cliché. The characters were well developed and likable, which is part of why my guesses were depressing. Well, the doctor wasn't exactly likable, but that's another situation altogether… Looking forward to the next one in the series.

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    • Cynthia R Phillips
    • 01/10/2019

    Taylorson 4, Eller 2

    ...purchased this at a deep discounted sale price and still almost didn't listen to this upon hearing Eller's first chapter...upping the speed during her parts helped, but her characterizations of all but Devlin where awful - especially Devlin senior. Taylorson was wonderful as usual.
    The story is timely and plausible. The writing has many moments of beautiful description.

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    • Barb in WI
    • 10/11/2020

    A bit far-fetched...

    Male reader was excellent. Female reader not so much. The story had some great twists and turns but ultimately was rather drawn out and unbelievable.

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    • Georgia Peach
    • 23/08/2020

    A thriller full of twists and turns.

    Loved the writing. I plan to read more of this author's work. The final chapters so good I just had to read all the way to the end.

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    • Cartec
    • 17/01/2020

    what happened to Susan Collins

    This book was hardly worth my time, but I finished it to meet the conditions of the current challenge. it was slow moving and repetitive. the story was thin and there certainly was not enough mystery to fill eighteen hours.
    the characters were poorly developed and dull. I had difficulty in garnering any sympathy for the main character. the motives were convoluted and confusing.
    I would not recommend this book.
    the narrator were okay but two were not necessary.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 14/09/2019

    OK book

    This book got confusing at times. The timeframes weren't consistent which had me rewinding to see if I missed something. The ending was a little out of left field. Plus, I didn't like the female narrator.

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    • Dlynn
    • 13/08/2019

    Great New Read by Matthew Mather

    The Dreaming Tree"

    My favorite read by author Matthew Mather was Cyberstorm but his newest novel The Dreaming Tree is now my new favorite. The genre is futuristic but very grounded in real medical possibilities. I listened to the audiobook adaptation, in which both excellent narrators enhanced the author's words. From the first minute of listening I was immediately immersed into Royce Lowell-Vandeweghe's new life, new body. This storyline takes body-dysmorphia to an extreme end after Roy wakes up after a violent car crash with a new body. Throughout the novel he verbally battles within himself with the mind of the donor or is he just becoming crazy? There is a side story about a New York detective named Delta Devlin, obsessively working on a serial killer case that may or may not involve Roy & his donor....

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