Lucid Paperback – 7 Feb 2012
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7 June 2014
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
This will keep you on the edge of your seat to find out what happens next. It's a thriller that keeps on thrilling, with strands that overlay and intertwine. It's not for everyone - it is scarey. Really scarey! But for those who explore dreams and alternative consciousness, it is pertinent and accurate. The villain of the piece is a true villain - an urepentant evil person. A very good read. A very good read indeed, and instructive.
8 August 2013
Lucid has compelling, likeable, and unlikeable characters and an ingenious story line that kept me absolutely gripped from start to finish. I would have finished it sooner had I been able to read it at night time as well as in the day (I'm a bit of a wuss when it comes to nightmares). There are images and concept in this book that are still vivid in my mind to this day and I would recommend it to anyone searching for something intriguing and unlike anything they have read before. A brilliant read!
13 May 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
This is a really difficult book to review, without giving anything away. Lucid transports you into a world of nightmares, psychosis and horror...as well as dreams, love and sprituality. I have never before read a book that has been beautiful and disturbing in equal measures. In Adrian Roy you find the epitomy of evil; a true 'love to hate' villain. Olly is a true everyday hero, made all the more readable by his average-ness and bewilderment at finding himself in such an unimaginable world...the description of which is simply beautiful. A fantastic read.
14 July 2013
I really enjoyed this book, it's gripping and imaginative, and Marion Woolley has mastered all the elements, creating a page-turner that is full of compelling characters set between two worlds in South Wales. A likeable, fallible hero, a mysterious woman who is trapped in a world of nightmares and a truly atrocious, evil uncle. The plot moves forward with pace and intrigue. I've read other books by her but this is my favorite so far.
12 November 2013
Lucid moves between practical reality and amazing fantasy, stretching the mind and encouraging thoughts about "what might be out there about which we know nothing". The book also helps you to see something of the mind of a perverted man. I thought it was a very good read and I have recommended it to others. My only carp is a few loose ends I would have liked to see tied up - but that's my tidy mind.
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