I remember being at university and how I always afterwards wondered how on tv can people get a degree and play the entire time?
It drove me..Show More » nuts. In this books the students actually does put in the time and I loved that. Our main protagonist is a pre-med student with a problem. She keeps having nightmares. Not any old dreams, tragic murder scenes play off infront of her night after night.
While balancing study, friends, a social life and a brand new boyfriend she needs to figure out why she is dreaming of a serial killer and if she can do something about her dreams....especially once she knows that her dreams are reflections of what happens in the real waking world.
A fun read!
The narrator did a pretty good job in making the characters come to life, each with a unique voice all their own!
The publisher's blurb does an excellent job of hinting at each of the books in this part of the series, so I feel no need to recap or give spoilers. ..Show More »I loved the writing and the plots were fascinating and interconnected. I read the audio version as it is very long (but no problem with maintaining interest/fluidity) while at a recurrent opportunity to multitask. The characters are really well done, and I have learned rather quickly to look for more of this author's work. Heather narrates clearly and well, but I needed to increase the speed for my listening pleasure.
We have followed Sara thru college, medical school, residency, corrupt politicians, Murdering Professors, and The Mob. Her marriage and three children..Show More », 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???
Betty and Howard's Excellent Adventure - Audiobook Review JJ DiBenedetto's short story involving Sara's parents from the Dream Series. Betty writ..Show More »es a Letter/Journal to her best friend Kat about there first trip to Europe. The excitement ensues when Sara's friend from college is one of the tour guides. Betty and Howard hear many stories about Sara's college life that their dear daughter had neglected to share with her parents. This is a fun adventure for Sara's parents. But as Betty says there is no place like home.
I am absolutely addicted to this series. this story started off with a young couple, the female lead is able to dream walk. following through the seri..Show More »es we get to see their family grow and also her solve several crimes and fill in the blanks for other mysteries. this series is completely addictive and does need to be read in order. you truly do get attached to Sarah, the lead. the only thing I struggle with is how each story jumps several years in between. I think the ending of this story was extremely sweet and much needed.
Book Six is great addition and could mean trouble for Sara
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 mis..Show More »s 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.