Dream Child

Dreams, Book 3
Narrated by: Heather Jane Hogan
Series: Dreams (DiBenedetto), Book 3
Length: 11 hrs and 13 mins
4.8 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Dr. Sara Alderson can deal with eighty-hour workweeks as a resident at Children’s Hospital. Dealing with crises in the Emergency Room or the OR is second nature to her. But now she faces a challenge that all of her training and experience hasn’t prepared her for: Lizzie, her four-year-old daughter, has inherited her ability to see other people’s dreams. 

After Lizzie befriends a young boy on a trip to Washington, DC, and then wakes up in a panic that night because of a “bad funny dream,” Sara knows exactly what it means: her daughter is visiting the boy’s dreams. Complicating matters is the fact that the boy’s father is a Congressman, and he’s dreaming about a “scary man in a big black car” threatening his Daddy. 

Unraveling a case of political corruption and blackmail would be hard enough for Sara under the best of circumstances. But when she has to view everything through the eyes of a toddler, it may be an impossible task. 

Dream Child is the second book of the Dream Doctor Mysteries. 

Also by J.J. DiBenedetto:
The Dream Doctor Mysteries (all ten books!)
Betty and Howard’s Excellent Adventure (narrated by Doctor Who star Nicola Bryant!)
The Jane Barnaby Adventures (three books so far!)
Finding Dori (part of the Welcome to Romance collection!)
Mr. Smith and the Roach (coming soon!)  

©2013 James DiBenedetto (P)2013 James DiBenedetto

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This book was amazing. I think it may have been more intense than the first two! Fully recommend this series!

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Fantastic

This story is just as amazing as the other two. What an ability to have, scary to know other people's dreams. Too good to only be listened to once

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3rd book as great as other two but stands alone

Would you consider the audio edition of Dream Child to be better than the print version?

Yes, the narrator is great and the story is a great listen. Loved the audiobook

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Dream Child by J.J. DiBenedetto and Narrated by Heather Jane Hogan is DiVenedetto's third book in the Dream Series. At this time the first four book are available on Audible.com as well as a short story that takes place between book 3&4 as Betty and Howard Barnes take a European Vacation.

Dream Child revolves around Sara's 4 year old daughter who has inherited Sara's Gift. You learn that as in other books the ability to see others dreams only manifests itself if you meet the person. Keeping a 4 year old from meeting people that she may dream about is just another thing for Sara to think about when raising her daughter.

The audiobook is another excellent listen as Sara meets and begins to see the dreams of relatives and of a Congressman from her district, whom she happened to meet in Washington DC.

If you think you know what a Congressmen is thinking or dreaming about then you may begin to understand how disturbing those dreams could be. 

Sara, while completing her residency and raising children at night and trying to save them during the day; will she solve the mystery of her dreams in time. Will she survive the stress. The personnel conflict and mental anguish are apparent and felt in every chapter.

I highly recommend this series for all but mostly for young women who want to do it all. Sara is an excellent roll model for anyone wanting to achieve their DREAMS....

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  • 11-21-19

Dream Child

Ok, I have to first say that the same narrator was used from the previous book and I was surprised to like her in book three because in book two she sounded terrible but in this story I liked her narration. I thought Book three is the best so far in this series. Now you can read it as a stand alone but you want get a really good understanding or connection of the character. This book is full of suspense and I am dying to listen to book four which I already have. Would highly recommend.