Dream Girl by Miranda Lewis

This quick-read contemporary novel is now available on Kindle.

I wrote Dream Girl for my daughter when she was a teenager. Something short and weird were her two requirements. That’s when Poppy walked into my head – strange, angry girl who never sleeps (or so she says). And I wondered what she’d done and was trying her best to forget.

If asked to define Dream Girl I’d say it’s a psychological mystery that defies categorisation – a dreamscape, a modern fairy tale. Part romance and part ghost story, it concerns sleeping and dreaming, reality and memory, a girl and a boy. Appropriate for young adults and adult adults.

If you do buy it and read it please leave a comment here – and please say what you really think. Reviews on Amazon are useful too.

dream girl cover right size

Thanks to my daughter Sophie for the fantastic art work.

Link to Amazon UK here where you can read the first few pages and the blurb. The book is 99p in the UK and an equivalent price elsewhere. (US Amazon link here.)

And now, exciting times my first Amazon review…

Dream Girl by Miranda Lewis is a compulsive page turner. She drew me in to her strangely entangled worlds of sleepless nights and dream filled days, where the lines of reality and dreams entwine. A great read, beautifully written.

Thanks to my first reviewer.

Miranda

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2 thoughts on “Dream Girl by Miranda Lewis

  1. Thanks so much Amy. There are so many books out there these days, it feels there are barely enough readers to go around.
    Hope you read and enjoy it. Would love to hear what you think. Thank you for your encouragement!

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