Maria Gibbs has a superb way with words, and after reading a few of her novellas, I’ve become a fan. She has a natural flow, which is a pleasure to read, and As Dreams are Made is no exception.
The characters in As Dreams are Made are simultaneously believable, and of a paranormal realm. I enjoyed the alternating point of view, and how the two seemingly separate stories begin to merge, leading to a conclusion. There is a steady sense of flow and progression.
While this is a great novella, I feel that it deserves a little further development. There is so much back story available for the plot. I would like to know more about the characters and the events that occurred. Perhaps it just felt a little short because I enjoyed it immensely.
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