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    The premise evolves from one book to the next

    It is amazing to watch how the author, James DiBenedetto, fleshes out the growth of her personality as she goes through life changes, while the underlying premise, 'What if you could see someone else's dreams,' evolves with new revelations from one book in the series to the next. DREAM STUDENT In a story reminiscent of Dorothy in the land of Oz and Alice in wonderland, here is a new heroine exploring the strange realm of her dreams, in a journey to find her inner power to solve them and finally, turn a corner. But this is no children story, or as she puts it, "Not in Kansas anymore": Sara is the chatty and slightly naive college student, living in the dorms. She refuses to talk about her nightmares, hoping they may eventually go away. DREAM DOCTOR 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. DREAM CHILD This time, the twist of the entire Dream series on the “What if you could see someone else’s dreams” question has taken an extra new bend. It is, “What if your child could see your dreams, and the dreams of others? What if she has your power?” Five stars
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