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Graham Greene – A World of my Own | Review

Title: A World of my Own

Author: Graham Greene

Type: Non-Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 116

Rating: 8/10


Graham Greene - A World of my Own

Graham Greene – A World of my Own


This book can claim to be one of the more unique books in my collection – in it, Graham Greene writes about his dreams, making it the only book that I own that’s a log of somebody else’s dreams. If that doesn’t pique your curiosity, you’re crazy – I’m a vivid dreamer myself, and it’s fascinating to see how Greene’s dreams differ from (and, in some cases, resemble) mine.

It’s a short and sweet read, and one that you could easily read in a weekend. So why aren’t you reading it right now?


Graham Greene

Graham Greene


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