Dream Brother

Dream Brother This Edition Is No Longer AvailableSan Francisco, California Fifty Hills Surrounded By The Cold Waters Of The Ocean And The Bay City Of Rebellion And Revolution Smothered By Fog Daily This Is The Place Where Jacob Gavel Grew Up, The Place He Ran Away From At Twenty, And The Place He Never Thought He D Come Back To The City S In The Middle Of Its Second Financial Renaissance A Century And A Half Earlier, Gold Nuggets In The Year , Silicon Microchips The Dot Com Boom Created Hundreds Of New Companies, Swollen With Capital And Potential, Profitable Only In Theory, Run By Young Professionals With A Lot Of Disposable Income After Jacob, A Fledgling Sculptor, Leaves A Failed Marriage And Flees New York City, He Returns Home, Welcomed By His Mentally Ill Mother, Subordinate Father, And Successful Sister As He Settles In, He Discovers A Family Secret He Had A Twin Brother Who Died In The Womb Right Next To Him When The Shock Wears Off, His Reality Becomes Clear He S Alone, Broke, And Unemployed In An Attempt To Rebuild His Life, He Takes A Low Paying Job As A Mental Health Case Manager, But With All The Tech Money Flooding The City, His Childhood Friend, Paul, Has A Better Idea His Fresh Start Spoils Events Trigger His Dreams, And His Dreams Resurrect Childhood Memories, Propelling Him Forward On A Sleep Deprived, Speed Fueled Mission To Find Recognition, Love, And Revenge Available On

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 245 pages
  • Dream Brother
  • Brian Marggraf
  • English
  • 24 November 2017

10 thoughts on “Dream Brother

  1. says:

    Taken from my review on I downloaded this book for my Kindle yesterday I caught wind of it through the author s blog and thought I d give it a try Once I started reading, it was very difficult to put down This is the story of Jacob, a young man who returns to his home town of San Francisco in an attempt make his life better after leaving his wife As he moves his belonging into his parent s home, he discovers a startling family secret that had been concealed for almost twenty five years From that point on, Jacob s decisions send him spiraling to where, exactly, is difficult to say One moment he seems to be headed toward success, and then suddenly seems to be on the path of self destruction I found myself simultaneously disgusted with and sympathetic toward the main character Just when I thought I had Jacob and his story all figured out, the rug was pulled out from under me, causing me to rethink all I had presumed The story line, on its own, would make this a great book, but combine that with the artistry of Marggraf s written word, and a great book becomes an unforgettable one I m looking forward to from this author, and wouldn t be surprised to someday see his work on a bestseller s list.

  2. says:

    Toxic CombinationsReturning home for Jacob Gavel was bittersweet Leaving New York and a failed marriage, Jacob reluctantly goes back home to San Francisco only to learn a deep, dark family secret His parents remained dysfunctional, and became unglued when Jacob read his mother s journal revealing he had a twin brother who died in her womb The shocking news added to Jacob s sad reality of being alone and broke He accepted a job in a mental health facility, where his mother visited as a patient, but the money didn t pay as well as his friend s job offer in the drug world Jacob s daily drug use prompted childhood memory dreams and all he wanted to do is find love and seek revenge.I would call Dream Brother a psychological thriller The story is full of suspense, which kept me engaged from beginning to end Without giving away the ending, I must say it was totally unpredictable Brian Marggraf mastered the skill of storytelling while dealing with complicated issues involving the inner workings of the brain I appreciated taking the journey with Jacob through his drug induced mania.

  3. says:

    Oh Mr Marggrf what a wild twisted, engaging ride you ve taken us on This book is a love poem to San Francisco with it s stunning descriptions of the views, neighborhoods and places that lovers of SF will really enjoy thank god for that levity because it is also a waking nightmare for the protagonist, Jacob Gavel as he goes on a trip through the city and his own fragile, slightly damaged heart and mind that make this book a true page turner While the whole book is a great read and very well written the ending had me going what the hell for days afterward In short this a worthwhile read from an interesting and engaging new author Looking forward to upcoming projects from Brian Marggraf.

  4. says:

    I probably should let this book sit before I write the review But I m going to just go ahead I heard about this because it was on sale through someone on Twitter Figured I would take a chance It was a fast read Finished it in basically one sitting A psychological tale I felt like this was a nonfiction memoir type book Jacob came to life in the pages His self destructive behavior triggered many events This is one of those books that leaves you breathless asking what the heck just happened I gave this three out of five stars The story line got stuck a couple of places and it could have used another Proofreading I would recommend this book though.

  5. says:

    This book was vastly different from the usual fiction novel It was almost as if it were a true story disguised as fiction It was very absorbing particularly with the drug lab descriptions and the mental health field It was rather slow at points but wound up to quite an unexpected climatic finish The writing was excellent and totally devoid of typographic or spelling errors I would strongly recommend it to those who want an entertaining but unconventional read.

  6. says:

    You think you ve got it until the endA great read by Brian Marggraf It looks like a sad tale of a young guy down on his luck, who only makes things worse for himself by trying to ease the pain of his unresolved past, including his birth and abuse as a child The dream sequences are vague, yet intoxicating, leading you nowhere or so you think Listen to the abstract dreams they reveal the truth that sneaks up on you at the end the truth you never saw coming Well done

  7. says:

    Interesting story with lots of twist and turns A tale of how family secrets can have a devastation affect for years A troubled and dysfunctional family Did not end with a happy ending like I prefer.

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