Dream London

Dream London Review

In Dream London the city changes a little every night and the people change a little every day. Captain Jim Wedderburn has looks, style and courage by the bucketful. He’s adored by women, respected by men and feared by his enemies. He’s the man to find out who has twisted London into this strange new world, and he knows it. But the towers are growing taller, the parks have hidden themselves away and the streets form themselves into strange new patterns. There are people sailing in from new lands down the river, new criminals emerging in the East End and a path spiralling down to another world. Everyone is changing, no one is who they seem to be, and Captain Jim Wedderburn is beginning to understand that he’s not the man he thought he was...

Title:Dream London
Edition Language:English

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  • colleen the convivial curmudgeon

    I've been sitting on this review for awhile because I'm not really sure what to say about it...This is a Weird London book which puts much emphasis on the 'weird' part, and a bit less on character dev...

  • Scott

    London has been infected, or infested, by...something. Buildings grow like living things, rivers and streets literally wander, the parks are congregating, and the #1 tourist attraction is not Big Ben ...

  • Pippa DaCosta

    Firstly, I noticed there are no gif reviews for this one, and it definitely deserves a gif, or three...This book opens as it means to go on, with weird sh*t happening, a death threat, and a gritty stu...

  • E. A. London

    Honey Peppers was a fantastic character. This book had little spurts of brilliance like her - some great metaphors, some great characters (Honey Peppers and Mister Monagan, really), some great lines o...

  • Anna

    What a pleasant surprise this was. I only read ‘Dream London’ because I came across Dream Paris and found it was the second in a series. I was less enthusiastic about the potential of ‘Dream Lon...

  • Rebecca Barber

    While the initial premise was engaging and the world was incredibly interesting, eventually I just finished the book incredibly confused. The characters were witty and interesting, but ultimately I di...

  • Andrew

    Another weird-London entry. Not a hidden kind of weird; weird crawls out of the financial district and starts infecting the city, mutating everything and everybody. Our protagonist-not-hero is Captain...

  • Denny

    I tried and tried I could not do it....

  • Julia

    A 'meh' read. I liked the idea the blurb sold but didn't like the execution....

  • Mark

    Originally published at Walker of Worlds.Until fairly recently I hadn't realised that Tony Ballantyne was releasing a new novel. I'd read Twisted Metal a few years back on its release and very much en...