What is the single most important thing you learned from reading this book? If I had to pick a message or a lesson, I would say this book tells you not to take things for granted. If I had to pick something from the storyline, I was in awe of the author's writing style. His description about Munich makes you want to visit the place.
Does reading this book change the way you think? I think if someone had told me this was happening to them, I would have laughed it off but seeing so many details unfold and develop into something bigger, I wouldn't be so quick to chide someone about a dream they had.
How would you describe the book’s protagonist(s)? I found him to be engaging and his character was well-constructed. His dreams are so real, and become so scary you don't want the book to end.
Would you recommend this book to other readers? Sure thing. It's well written and it keeps you turning the pages.
Disclosure - I received a free copy of the book which did not affect my honest opinion.