"Why is this so hard for me? Why am I having so much trouble? Why do I feel so helpless, so hopeless? What the hell is wrong with me?"
After tangling with murders and mobsters, not to mention medical school and three years of residency, Sara thought she could handle anything. And then the police show up without warning at her new office and arrest her for a crime she can't possibly have committed. Sara's confidence, and her grip on reality, is shattered during one terrifying night in jail. Now, the very dreams that have endangered her life and driven her to the edge of madness may be the only thing that can help Sara find herself again....
Dream Family is the powerful fourth novel in the Dreams series.
©2013 James DiBenedetto (P)2014 James DiBenedetto
We have followed Sara thru college, medical school, residency, corrupt politicians, Murdering Professors, and The Mob. Her marriage and three children, one with her same gifts and through all of this she has stayed strong.
Now after one horrifying night in jail Sara is lost. Lost inside her own mind. She is suffering more and more and cannot pull out. Who will she turn to for help?
Will here dreams be her undoing or her salvation. Even when things start looking up her severe Post Tramatic Stress drags here like a concrete block, to the bottom.
What do you do when you are lost in your trauma? When your experience never ends? After being free for weeks Sara is still dying inside. Listen to J.J. DiBenedetto's 4th psycological thriller come to life as narrated by Victoria Robinson. What Will Sara Do? WWSD???
I am having a hard time getting past the different voice, she sounds like she should be reading children's books.
As long as Heather Jane Hogan is the narrator, I will purchase the other books, if it's Victoria Robinson.. nope..
Stayed with the Heather Jane Hogan.
Disappointment.. I feel like she's reading for a first grade class..
I think she did a good job but for those that just listen to the first three books it's quite an adjustment
this is book 4 in the series, and they do need to be read in order for better understanding. In this installment we follow them raising their three children and also a new struggle as soon as the new doctors office opens. we follow them on that struggled for most of the book it almost seemed overdone with all the flashbacks and trauma that was left. the end takes on a completely different note, one that you somewhat saw coming but then forgot about because it was never mentioned again. I listened to this book on audible and was surprised that he switched narrators. I had gotten used to hearing them as the other person and struggled with that transition especially how her mother sounded.
I received a free copy of the audiobook and ebook for an honest review.
Dream Family is the fourth book in the Dream Series. I listened to the first two books, Dream Student and Dream Doctor, and they were okay but I liked the third book, Dream Child, a lot more, so I was looking forward to reading this book.
This is one of those reviews that is difficult to write because I am torn. When Sara is in jail for one night, she loses her identification and, at times, even forgets who she is, who her kids are, who her husband is. And it traumatizes her beyond anything I could imagine. For the first time, I couldn’t empathize with her, I pitied her. Like Paul Sorrentino said, “Doctor? Dr. Alderson? Get a grip. It was one day, and it’s over and done with.”
On the other hand, I was able to wade through the rambling and self pity and the rest of the story was good. Sara’s dreams are changing in interesting ways and she and her mom are able to use their dreams to help themselves and others.
I feel like I’ve really gotten to know the characters. I think that’s one reason I didn’t care for Sara’s reaction to being jailed. She’s always been so strong. Brian, her husband, is still patient, loving, and unwavering. My favorite character is still their precocious, intelligent, adorable daughter, Lizzie.
I did start with the audio version of this book but I had to switch to the ebook version. I liked reading this better so I could skip some of the rambling.
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