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Dreamland – tekijä: Nancy Bilyeau

Dreamland (vuoden 2020 painos)

– tekijä: Nancy Bilyeau (Tekijä)

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Captures you from page one and does not let you go. A engrossing look at New York's Gilded age. Definitely will look for more from this author.
  SharleneMartinMoore | Apr 24, 2021 |
Thanks to NetGalley.

I wanted to like this book since it was set in the early 1900s and then on Coney Island when they went on vacation. I only got to 15% (no idea how many pages that would be in a print book). It got boring very fast. I know I didn't give it a chance. ( )
  sweetbabyjane58 | Aug 27, 2020 |
Peggy might be working in a bookstore but she is from old money and when her powerful family insists that she spend the summer with them on Coney Island she is powerless to say no. The request is at the behest of her sister's fiancee, an ex of Peggy herself. Frustrated during the long hot summer of 1911 Peggy finds herself drawn to the public end of Coney Island and the amusement park known as Dreamland. When she meets an aspiring Serbian artist she falls hard but as he is a murder suspect Peggy finds herself torn between love and family duty.
I thoroughly enjoyed much of this novel as it pushes itself beyond the simple historical romance. The undercurrents of racism and prejudice between classes and between different immigrant populations give the story an edge. Whilst the final few chapters lurch a little too far into melodrama the rest of the book is great. ( )
  pluckedhighbrow | Feb 18, 2020 |
Peggy Batternburg has been graced with being part of one of America's richest families in New York's gilded age. However, Peggy would gladly give up her family's perks to continue her position at the Moonrise Bookstore. When Peggy is unceremoniously taken from the bookstore by the family patriarch, her Uncle David, she is told that the family is summering at the Oriental Hotel and her presence is needed to secure the engagement of her sister Lydia to Henry Taul, notorious playboy and someone who Peggy would rather forget. After arriving to the Oriental, Peggy visits Coney Island and the Dreamland park where she finds artwork by Stefan. Peggy is enraptured with both the artwork and artist. While Peggy is busy with Stefan, a string of murders seems to follow the couple around. When Stefan is suspected, Peggy does everything within her power to find the real killer.
I am a fan of all of Nancy Bilyeau's previous books and I couldn't wait to dive into the world and characters of Dreamland. From the ominous prologue, I was hooked into the mystery of the story. When Peggy enters the scene, I knew that this young woman would be the one to figure everything out. Peggy goes against the grain, especially when it comes to her family's wishes. She is inquisitive, insightful and willing to look deeper into prejudice and bias, especially within herself. I loved the setting of 1911 New York. Through the writing, the Gilded Age came to life-from the richness of the Oriental Hotel to the atmosphere of Coney Island. There was a lot of care taken to recreate Coney Island and Dreamland, especially when it came to the people of Dreamland. Even though we only meet most of the characters of Dreamland briefly, each of is fully realized with a rich background and story. Stefan's story is teased out slowly and through him we see the plight that many immigrants went through at the time. Though Stefan is treated unfairly and accused for simply being from his homeland, he does not lose hope or place blame. The mystery is engaging and complex as Peggy begins to realize that every murder can be traced back to her. Rich with historical detail, excitement, suspense, romance and mystery, Dreamland is an engaging read in a world that I did not want to leave. ( )
  Mishker | Feb 13, 2020 |
It’s 1911 and rebellious heiress Peggy Battenberg is summoned to spend the summer with her family at the Oriental Hotel on Coney Island, not far from the the amusement parks. Wishing for her freedom, she soon comes into contact with Stefan, who is a Serbian artist, and starts to meet him in secret. Then the bodies of three young women are found and, as the temperature rises, the tension mounts. This is a tale of class division, family, forbidden love and murder.

I loved Dreamland! It’s a fabulous read. I enjoyed the setting and era, the descriptions are very vivid. It’s beautifully written with just the right amount of suspense. I read this book via the Pigeonhole app and I was always eager to begin each stave every day. I definitely found it a page turner.

An entertaining and magical historical murder mystery with some fascinating characters and an intriguing plot which I can highly recommend. Nancy Bilyeau is fast becoming one of my favourite authors. ( )
  VanessaCW | Jan 16, 2020 |
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