"I wish someone - my mother, my husband, anybody - would really let me have it, instead of telling me everything's not my fault when it obviously is...."
Sara's seen the cost of interfering in other people's dreams firsthand; it's measured in ruined lives and cemetery plots.
When her supernatural dreams start up again, Sara is faced with problem after problem. And the only solution she can see is the one she's sworn never to attempt - changing the minds of the dreamers from the inside-out.
Sara thought that fighting against serial killers, mobsters, and crooked politicians was difficult, but she's about to come up against the most difficult foe she's ever faced: her own conscience.
Dream Reunion is the emotional sixth book in the Dream Series.
©2013 James DiBenedetto (P)2015 James DiBenedetto
This newest audiobook version of this series is a great addition to the series. Elizabeth Klett is the newest narrator for this series and doesn't miss a beat. Having listened to all the audio versions of this series Elizabeth has the sound of Sara and her friends and family down as if she has been the narrator from book one. This book takes us deeper into the mental frustration Sara has with her dreams and seeing things she doesn't want to see. Sara has come to grips with her gift and even sees it as a responsibility. If she is shown something she must attempt to resolve the issue that is brought to her attention. Thank God she doesn't see every little issue in peoples life or she would be crazy. But the universe gives her things she can do something about. Knowing that this is not a unique gift and that it can be used for good or evil brings an edge to the stories that are different from normal dream stories. Sara must decide how far she is willing to take her abilities. Just because she can do something doesn't mean she should. This and other issues make this book a true Dream Series classic and really shows the insight the author J.J. DiBenedetto has for this genre.
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