I don't remember my dreams normally. I come out of dreaming and let them go and become whatever reality I'm thinking, and by the time I've found out where I am the dreams have slipped away out of mind, and no matter how rich or poor the dreaming was, nothing of it remains when I'm awake, but here are a few that did remain.
This is A Brick for the Blind by Dean Moriarty, narrated by Samuel Schwarz
This was my first audiobook by Dean Moriarty. I liked the book, it had nice tempo and content. It is interesting introspective about thoughts, dreams, events. I could relate to many thoughts of the author. Book talks a lot about dreams, dreaming, a reality which I liked. Interesting is how we remember some dreams. The book is just long enough which is 1 hour 47 min. I will definitely like to read/listen more of his books. Recommended to everybody.
Samuel Schwarz narration style contributed the enjoyment in listening to this book. He has the calm voice which was complimentary to the content of the book. Pace and intonation are very good. His narration definitely contributed to my pleasure which is shown in the overall rating.
I would recommend this book to people who want the nice book for leisure, relax time.
"This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review."