Book review: ‘Dreamer’ by Charles R. Johnson

After H is for Hawk, I read Dreamer by Charles R. Johnson. It is a fictionalised account of Martin Luther King Jr.’s final years as told by an imaginary civil rights worker, Matthew Bishop. Interestingly, the novel focuses not only on King Jr., but on a fictional doppelganger from a poor, underprivileged background who proposes to act… Continue reading Book review: ‘Dreamer’ by Charles R. Johnson