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Dream Sequence: Dream Series, Books 1-3 Audible – Unabridged

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  • Audible Audio Edition
  • Listening Length: 34 hours and 15 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Unabridged
  • Publisher: James J DiBenedetto
  • Audible.com Release Date: November 19, 2014
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00PUSYXM8
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Dream Student:
This book is one of the best plotted books I have ever read. The characters come to life as the author takes us through Sara's story, page by page. The main character discovers she can see into people's dreams, and she soon finds herself in a nightmare when she sees murders taking place. This, however, is just part of the story. The author does a wonderful job with character development, adding each new friend and acquaintance one by one to build up a huge cast of characters and small storylines to go along with the larger mystery. The heroine is easy to connect with, a very likable pre-med college student. This is the first of the series and even though each book can stand alone, I would suggest starting with this one and working your way through the others. There is so much to learn about each person and their life and the author does a fantastic job of incorporating everything into the storyline and making it all come together smoothly in the end. This first book builds up to a thrilling ending, and I am sure you will want to go right to the next book as soon as you finish this one.
Dream Doctor:
This second installment of the Dreams series is a wonderful continuation of the story of Sara and Brian's life. This picks up soon after the first book and very much like the first book, the couple is in deep in their studies, in student life. Only this time, Sara is in med school and studying and going to class, which takes up most of her waking time. But when she isn't awake, she is back to dreaming and she has a new mystery to solve--who is trying to kill her professor? Everyone seems to hate him, so it could be anyone. This mystery is in the background throughout this book.
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I feel this is a wonderful series that is not totally dark and not a touchy feely writing. As the series goes on it gets better with wonderful characters what you can relate to. The author gives wonderful plots for each story which makes most of it believable. The writing style has improved with each addition to this series. Some parts are better than others but all in all it was a great read. I am looking forward to reading more of this series.

Dream Student
For me this book starts out very slow it than takes off as Sarah starts dreaming. She wakes up in a nightmare but soon comes to realize that she is seeing into other people’s dreams. When she first sees Brian and knows he is the man in her dreams she goes over to him to talk. They soon become very close as you watch their relationship grow. The author gives a very unique twist to this story which makes it very interesting. The author does but a twist in with her having nightmares about a girl getting raped and killed. She doesn’t know this girl but the face of the attacker is knows she knows him. The ending does play apart with her dreams It does end on a good note. Some will love this book others will not it will depend on what you like.

I did like Sarah she is just a great character the author told her story very well. She is just the sweeties thing. Brian was a great guy who doesn’t know how to take her at first. When he first sees her he tries to talk his self into going to talk to her but as he finally gets there she comes up missing. He dreams of her each night. When they finally get it together and talk it is a very touching story.

This isn’t a completely dark story nor is it a touchy feeling one but somewhere in between. There are areas I loved and others I did not.
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Good character development by author in this series. Main character Sara Barnes learns to accept that she is different in the first book while choosing doing what's right over what's easy and safe. The subsequent stories in the trilogy develop her life journey to a satisfying conclusion by the third book.The rest I haven't purchased the remains books yet.
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I love the title - Dream Sequence, which is a unique play on this being the first three books in the sequence. I also loved the books. I read Dream Student a few months ago and loved it so much I purchased the next three books in the series - two of which you have in this one set. J. J. DiBenedetto's books have mystery, romance, combined with the paranormal aspect of dreams.

Sara, the main character, has the unique ability to go into other people's dreams. In the first book, Dream Student, Sara finds herself in the dreams of a murderer. At first, she assumes she's tripped into someone's sick fantasy - until a body is discovered - at the exact location Sara saw in the dream. There's just one problem - Sara never sees who the killer is. She can't go to the police - who would believe her? So with the help of her boyfriend, Brian, and roommate, Beth, she sets out to solve the murder herself and is nearly killed in the process.

I really resonated with this book. Sara reminded me a lot of myself when I was in college. The store is well-written, and I read it in a single session. I literally couldn't put it down.

In Dream Doctor, Sara has enough on her plate between her new marriage to Brian and being a first year medical student without the added headache of seeing a murder before it happens. This time, she's seeing the dreams of several people, and they all want the same guy dead. Will one of them act on their dark fantasies, and will Sara be able to figure out who the culprit is in time?

Another excellent book. Sara's frustrations with medical school and newlywed adjustment made a great background for the dreams of murder.
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