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Dream Doctor (Dream Series Book 2) by [DiBenedetto, J.J.]
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WINNER - 3rd PLACE - Paranormal Romance Guild 2013 Reviewer's Choice Awards - Best Novel, Paranormal Romance - Suspense.
 
WINNER - FIRST PLACE - Paranormal Romance Guild 2014 Reviewer's Choice Awards - Best Series, Paranormal Romance-Suspense
  
"The novel is carefully put together, and has a great pacing and flow between heartwarming, heartbreaking, and everything between. The author's academic background and research has clearly paid off in both the personal and social experiences of medical school. The book is an addictive read, and even if you skipped the first book, you'll be wanting to see where life takes Sara through the rest of the series when you hit the end."  - Self-Publishing Review, 5 Stars

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  • File Size: 2006 KB
  • Print Length: 276 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1482745542
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: November 26, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BW8JPWS
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,758 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I had purchased Dream Student (Dreams, book 1) (Book 1 in DiBenedetto's Dream Series) at an online book fair and had it on my Kindle for about a month before I actually got around to reading it. I was only about a third of the way through Dream Student before I bought the other three books in the series, anxious to see what happened next in the story of Sara and her amazing talent for finding her way into other people's dreams.

I really loved the first book, largely because I identified with Sara as a college student. She could have been ME, except for her major. I wasn't sure if book 2 would stack up. I was in for a pleasant surprise! I think I liked the second story of the older, more mature Sara even better.

Dream Doctor begins with Sara's marriage to her boyfriend, Brian, just before Sara starts medical school. It isn't long before she finds herself once again, observing other people's dreams, except this time the main character is her least favorite professor, Dr. Morris. Every dreamer seems to have one object: to kill Dr. Morris. Sara has no doubt that one or more of these people has real plans to kill the despised doctor - the question is, can she figure it out in time to save him?

Dream Doctor is very well-written, delving deep into Sara's life as a medical student who is also a newlywed. DiBenedetto does an excellent job of weaving together a thrilling story without leaving out the day-to-day aspects of the main character's life. Also, unlike many series, this book stands alone, and does not necessarily have to be read after book 1, although I highly recommend you download and read all four.
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The story opens with what should have been a crowning moment for Sara: walking to the podium to receive her degree. “She finds it harder with each step, until her ankle gives way and she tumbles to the floor, her cap falling off her head and rolling right under the stage.” This moment endears her to us, and makes her hesitation amidst all the chores and the confusing calls of life very accessible.

The last thing Sara wants is her gift of penetrating the minds of others. “Sara is surprised, but only for an instant; then it becomes clear to her what’s going on. This has happened before; this is not her dream at all. She don’t cry, or scream; she simply closes her eyes and pleads — already knowing she will not be answered — “Please, God, not again!”

I love the fact that from one book in the series to another, Sara is undergoing a change, both in the development of her professional career and in her personal life. At the beginning of this book, she starts out thinking about her upcoming wedding to Brian. “I’m not even nervous about the wedding itself. It’s pretty much all out of my hands anyway. It wasn’t as though I could do much planning while I was finishing up my last semester…” and by the end, she has just relayed the results of her pregnancy test to Brian. “He kisses me, and holds me even tighter. His cheeks are wet — he’s crying.” These events delineate the phase in her life, and the position of the book in the Dream series.

As in the first book, Dream Student, the narration alternates between two points of view: Sara's voice (in first person) and the description of her dream sequences (in third person, and in italicized font.) These are out-of-body experiences, and we get to witness them not through Sara's voice but through the author's all-seeing eyes.
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Dream Doctor is the sequel to Dream Student. I always try to read books in sequence if they are set up that way and I definitely think you need to read the first one first to understand some references in this part of the story. The dream series that Sara is experiencing this time are more varied. It is more difficult to figure out "who done it" this time. Sara is experiencing dreams of various people and true to her character, she feels she must help since she has prior knowledge of events. Her husband Brian is a constant character in this book as well, but Sara seems to be less needy and more an equal partner than in the first book. This makes her more interesting. For this reason, I like the way this book is written more than the first. Just the same, I recommend books be read in the sequence.

If you like a slightly weird plot, likeable characters, and a little humor in a lite mystery, you will like this series.

I received this book free in exchange for an honest opinion.
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I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I loved this book! It was well written and the characters are very believable. This is the second book in the series but after the first chapter i was able to understand what was going on. i can't wait to go back and read the first and then on to the rest ofthe series. Great book for all ages!
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"Dream Doctor" is the sequel to "Dream Student." I have read both and am officially hooked by this series. "Doctor" is a tight follow up that gets straight into the story. If you've read Book 1, you will love revisiting Sara and Brian and their world, if you haven't, there's enough reference made to "Dream Student" that you won't be confused. But I suggest reading them sequentially. Sara and Brian are now married and living in the graduate building of Sara's medical school. He's working overtime to complete his bachelor's degree six months early, and she spends her days dissecting cadavers. At night they enjoy the excitement of being newlyweds. Sara starts having her psychic reveries again, in which she sees someone else's dreams. Not just one person's dreams this time. Her night visions hail from a few different people that seem to want one of her professors dead. The mystery story kicks in and Sara soon finds herself balancing her life between student, young wife and detective. DiBenedetto captures the voices of young grad students perfectly. Sara is a completely convincing character that should appeal to women and men equally. In general all the characters are well-defined. The prose is crisp and the plotting tight. It's hard to find a series that leaves you wanting more and I'm happy to have found a new one here. I will be moving on to "Dream Child" (Book 3) and "Dream Family" (Book 4) as soon as I have finished with this review.
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