Review: Fever Dreams by Cate Masters

Fever Dreams

by Cate Masters

Contemporary novel

in ebook from Eternal Press

and print from Amazon (May 7, 2010)

When Diana Taylor changes jobs, she doesn’t expect it to change her life.  Meeting Cal opens up a new world of passion. Her love overwhelms her, blurs the line
between reality and dreams. But is it love or obsession?

Fever Dreams is an extremely long tale of a woman trapped in a cycle of office romances. I found myself wanting to scream at her ‘Stop dipping in the co-worker pool!’ The many attempts at profound poetry left me yawning. I know good pros don’t need to always rhyme like Dr. Seuss but

one

word

a

line

poetry was frustrating and completely unnecessary. The book was hard enough to finish without adding length by nearly empty lines.

The symbolism of dreams in this story were tedious to say the least. I think you’d need to be in a hallucinatory state to want to read this particular work by Cate Masters. Just my humble opinion.

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