SOME OF THE 40+ REVIEWS FOR GET OUT OF MY DREAMS
AND FIVE FOR TALE OF THE INN KEEPER’S NIECE
“Get Out of My Dreams is a truly odd mix of the supernatural, crime solving, and very light porn. The supernatural comes into play because the main character, Joe, is able to leap into people’s dreams, and get into their heads and thoughts. The crime solving comes in as the FBI and Homeland security is interested in Joe as either a team member or a threat. Joe and one of his dream friends participate in some crime solving to show that he’s a good guy and to build her career. And the light porn comes in with what Joe has people do in their dreams. The dreamers mostly enjoy it, except for an unsettling feeling of not understanding what was happening.
Get Out of My Dreams is a very different story. I wasn’t sure I enjoyed it, but also felt compelled to read to the end. Most importantly, I believe AJ Lewis May be a talented writer, and it will be interesting to see what his next book brings.”
“I found this to be an original and thought-provoking supernatural thriller. Once into the book I felt it cracked on at a good pace and I found it hard to put down. There is some very good writing here, I particularly liked the Snow White & Seven Dwarves episode and feel this could have been exploited more (along with Robin Hood sequence). Is it possible that someone can invade your dreams and control your will? After reading this I’d say so, but is so perhaps we’ll never know. The reason I didn’t give it five stars is because as the story progressed the pace seemed to slow, but that’s just me.”
“This was a great book that I honestly thought was a great idea but would be quite scary if it was real. The only reason I gave it 4 stars was that the author wrote in as if it was set in the UK with the way the characters talked but it was really set in California. Otherwise it read great, has interesting characters and it took me awhile to figure out who Joe was. It’s nice to read something that you can’t quite figure out right away. Also loved it because it’s set in a place I actually lived once :)”
“I reviewed this book for the author and I actually liked it although it’s not my usual genre. Someone sneaking into your dreams and controls you through them? Ok, you have my attention. My only issue really was that although this is set in California, I thought the characters were transplants from England the way they use phrases. A little off putting but once I could *translate* it, I was good to go. This author can go far. Keep it up!!”
“I thought the premise behind this book was quite imaginative: someone could enter your dreams and take control over your life. The story is plausible and entertaining enough to keep you enthralled and engaged to the very end.
Ice Cream Headache”
“OK, load up your cup with coffee, get comfortable, and allow A.J.LEWIS to entertain you
with this little gem..just make sure your doors are locked before going to bed, so your dreams are not invaded”
REVIEWS FOR TALE OF THE INN KEEPER’S NIECE
What she doesn’t know is that her dream guy, Joe, is real, and has the ability to infiltrate the dreams of others.
The author takes us via Jean’s dreams to 17th century France, where she is an innkeeper-turned-trollop, who indulges in plenty of sensual situations. Its steamy and erotic tale, that is fast-paced, very well-written and will certainly keep you engaged!
Will be picking up the other book by this author as well!
the first quarter of the book is a sweet, innocent, almost chaste tale of young love, with Jean and Steven discovering their feelings, a beautiful story full of romance. Hand holding, stolen kisses, a lovely innocence as their feelings deepen into a stronger love. We begin to see glimpses that Jean is a very lustful young lady and she hopes to have Stephen take her virginity, but circumstances keep them from consummating their love. A family crisis forces Jean into employment. Her options sadly lacking in that time period, she gains employment at her Uncle’s Inn as a barmaid. So begins Jeans new life and her journey of self discovery. Her descent or rise, depending on your point of view, into a carnal, lustful world of debauchery and decadence.
This is told in such a lovely narrative, that you feel what Jean is feeling. Each new experience seems natural, an almost inevitable progression.I actually read this at the request of a friend who highly recommended it. (Thank you, Burt) He was right; I enjoyed it so much, I just purchased the first book, Get Out of my Dreams. I look forward to reading it next. Thank you Mr Lewis, for a highly enjoyable and fascinating read.