Tuesday, December 15, 2015

An Extraordinary Odyssey of Dreams and Memory

Off the Shelf
By Betsy Burton    |   Monday, December 14, 2015
David Winkler, the protagonist of About Grace, dreams restlessly through the night, as do many of us—the difference being that his dreams sometimes replay themselves in real time, creating a sort of déjà vu state in which reality is oddly familiar; he’s seen it all before. David has come to recognize his dreams as warnings, much as auras can be predictors of the onslaught of seizures. Still, for the most part, when these odd cautionary dreams occur and later play out in real life, it’s not of huge consequence: a sliced finger, dropped magazines, a dead bird. READ MORE

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