Let’s Pretend: A Tale of Mind, Imagination, and Healing by Christian Hageseth III (Book Review #681)

Let’s pretend is a paranormal fiction story. It is about a sixty-three-year-old man who has Parkinson’s disease. Peter is not only dealing with this situation, but he is also bankrupt, lonely, and struggling to survive with all the loss in his life.

As he meets Holly, things change drastically. The touch of his woman to his heart and soul creates an entirely different version of this man, and that is when the story takes a different turn.

 

The story discusses Parkinson’s disease very well. Peter lives with his issues without taking any medication. PTSD is also another matter which brings a unique drive in the storyline. Holly knows about Peter’s problems, and she takes over, making him believe that her training can change him.

 

The literature and wording were written in such a way that the reader could easily self-reflect with the story. I enjoyed the book because of this factor and admired the thought that had gone into expressing the overwhelming emotions Peter was going through.

 

I recommend this book to people who like to read paranormal fiction and urban style stories.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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