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May 29, 2011

Dean Mayes-The Hambledown Dream





Dean Mayes created a masterpiece! Some may agree and some may disagree but for me, ‘The Hambledown Dream’ is one of the best fictions I’ve ever read!

It’s not your typical Romance novel, I don’t even know which category I could put it. ‘The Hambledown Dream’ has a bit of everything thrown in it. It has mystery, romance, a little paranormal and a lot of emotional drama. It’s a story of second chances and destiny.

Andy is a very gifted guitarist who is on a very dangerous self destructive path. Denny is a young man who could have lived an almost perfect life with the love of his life and best friend, Sonya, if only Cancer did not touch him.

Two young men so different from each other, men you would never put together but fate has something else in stored for them. One died and the other lived but both given the second chance they both need. (I just want to make it clear that this is not an M/M themed fiction)

I wanted to thank Mr. Dean Mayes for writing a fiction that will surely touch the hearts of the readers. I’m not ashamed to admit that I shed tears while reading this. The first chapter affected me so much that I couldn’t stop my tears from falling through my eyes, maybe because it is a bit personal for me. My Father died because of Cancer and that particular chapter made me think if my Father felt the same way when he was dying.

Congratulations Mr. Dean Mayes for making us, your readers go through a box of tissue while reading your book and making sure that when we put your book down, we have a sweet little smile on our faces.



 

CymLowell

6 comments:

  1. Wonderful review. A definite must read. Thank you. Donna
    http://mylife-in-stories.blogspot.com

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  2. Great review on an awesome book. I reading it right now and love it!

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  3. @ Donna thanks for dropping by to read my new review! It is a must read! I swear I really cried while reading it.

    @ Darlene It's a lovely book. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!

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  4. My father is battling cancer right now. I'm not sure I could make it through this book without a box of tissues but it sounds like it's worth a read.

    Thanks Krishna

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  5. @Hannah I understand the pain you're going through. It's really hard to see your loved ones sick and slowly weakening. My father was the strongest man I've ever known, he was like superman to me and suddenly he got sick and seeing him so frail and weak broke my heart to pieces.

    I honor your pain and I understand how hard it is to read a book so close to what you're going through. I pray for your father fast recovery. Have faith and don't lose hope. Be strong for your father and the rest of your family.

    Krishna

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