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Dream Child is the third book the Dream Series. I thought the first two books, Dream Student and Dream Doctor, were okay but I liked this one quite a bit more. One thing that I didn’t care for in the first two books was Sara’s rambling thoughts, but there wasn’t near as much of that in this book.
In Dream Child, Sara finds out that her 3 (almost 4) year old daughter, Lizzie, has the same gift (curse?) that she does. She and her husband, Brian, work together to help Lizzie deal with her psychic dreams.
I liked Sara more in Dream Child. She has not only matured, but there weren’t any obvious clues that she missed like she did in the previous books.
Brian is the perfect supportive husband and Lizzie is my favorite character. She’s not only adorable but smart. I’ve met a couple of 4 years olds like her and they amazed me!
Dream Child is about family relationships, Sara’s residency, and a mystery that needs to be solved. I’m glad I stuck with this series. It’s getting better and I’m looking forward to reading the next one, Dream Family.
The mystery that Sara's, and now Lizzie's, dreams are prompting them to solve is entirely different than the previous two books. There is always a fear that the plots will get boring and formulaic in a series but that is definitely NOT the case with this one. However I was waiting for Sara to get injured in the line of crime fighting this time...maybe it's the klutz in me who can relate to a character injuring herself constantly (says the woman who's been on crutches at least 5 times in the past 18 years).
The political and organized crime aspects are very well-written. I love reading along and putting the pieces together as the characters do.
I have to say DiBenedetto does a great job of balancing very adult topics while staying true to the mind of a very smart, sensitive 4 year old. Nothing that Lizzie does or says seems beyond the scope of a child. I also love how Lizzie's character develops so quickly as she realizes, as much as a small child can, the responsibility she has when she has these dreams.
I have to say that I even liked the "bad guys" in this one! Their characters were very human and personable. I could relate to them as much as I could relate to Sara's fear of them. And I have to agree that Sara has certainly "got a pair."
For me personally Sara's gushing over the perfection of her and Brian's relationship is starting to irk me a little. BUT I did not let that detract from the rating of the book because my cynicism in the arena of love apparently knows no bounds and I realize that my negativity comes from jealousy. Hey, at least I'm honest LOL
Now...ready for the next one! I couldn't stop reading them if I tried.
Book 3, Dream Child, begins with Sara learning she is pregnant for the second time - this time with twins. This would be challenging enough for any woman, but Sara is already juggling marriage, motherhood to four-year-old daughter Lizzie, and her first year of residency. And did I mention she has the unique ability to observe other people's dreams? At least she believes it's unique until she learns Lizzie has the same ability.
Sara's dream ability has always surfaced when there is impending danger, and the ability is no different with Lizzie. When Lizzie begins seeing the confusing dreams of the young son of a congressman, Sara knows there is a reason behind it. Unable to stop her daughter's gift, Sara must help Lizzie navigate the scary labyrinth of what she's seeing while protecting her from the meaning behind it.
Like the first two books in the series, Dream Child stands alone, but I highly recommend reading all of the books in order. Each book is captivating, the writing excellent, and the stories completely original and unique.
I loved Lizzie she is such a sweet, friendly, smart, cute and bubbly with a wonderful imaginative she is such a delight and a very bright child. The author does a wonderful job writing in the eyes of a 4 year old. It is just a delight to hear her stories as she tells what happens in her world. You are going to love this little girl. Your heart goes out to her and her parents. Watching how this effect the family is intriguing with such a busy life and so much going on there is more on their plate than most families have to deal with.
I felt the author did a wonderful job in pulling the reader in with a great plot and a very intriguing story. The author does a great job balancing between the adult sides to the Childs side. I felt it was a well written story that will keep you guessing as the author spins a tale of suspense. The author gives you characters that feel real which makes this a believable story. I am so looking forward to reading the rest of this series.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Dr. Sara Alderson has more than enough to keep her busy working eighty four hours a week with a three year old daughter Lizzie and twin babies to take care of but her life gets... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Emily Weil
I have gotten hooked on this new series. I love the characters and how each book follows them as they go through their everyday lives. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Melissa G
I love this entire series. It is well written and has a lot of suspense.Published 5 months ago by Robert
I received this at a discount for my honest review. I liked the first book ok, disliked the second, and was prepared to dislike this one as well. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alexa wickey
The Dream series books have kept me guessing as to how it will end.
I may have figure out the bad person, but not to how they are caught.
This series does need to be read in order for complete understanding. In book one we meet Sarah and follow her in college, dealing with nightmares, that are actually real life... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Lauren Alumbaugh
Poor Sara she just cant catch a break first her now her 4 year old daughter slipping into other peoples dreams.
When her daughter befriends a boy on a trip to D.C. Read more
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