Hidden in Dreams - Reviewed

Friday, July 13, 2012

Book Blurb:
Elena Burroughs finds her life spiraling out of control. She is dismissed from her position as psychologist at the Oxford University clinic. And the man she hoped she might love is lost to the demands of new work in a distant land. Elena accepts her agent’s request for another world tour, resulting in a huge rush of new publicity and some very public conflict with established authorities.  Rachel, a clinical biologist and statistician, approaches Elena for help with the disturbing dreams of one of her patients. Oddly, they mirror Rachel’s research findings about a dream pattern that has foretold every major global catastrophe stretching back to the dawn of civilization.  That night Elena has precisely the same dream as Rachel’s patient, predicting a cataclysmic financial collapse far worse than what brought on the Great Depression. She searches the professional websites and discovers that her most vehement critic has a client experiencing the same repetitive dreams. Together, they form an unlikely alliance, one that threatens to pierce Elena’s emotional isolation.    All the while, the clock is ticking down to devastation. It’s no longer about the dreams. It’s about survival.

My Thoughts:
I didn't read the first book, but I was able to follow the story fine.  Elena is a professor and has written a book titled Book of Dreams, she is teaching at a Christian college in Florida when Rachel comes to see her about disturbing dreams one of her patients from her clinical trials is having. That night Elena has the exact same dream. Elena's publisher calls her the following day that her arch Nemesis wants to talk to her about clinical research he has about the same dream. 

This was a fast read, and reminded me of Daniel, and Joseph with their dream prophecies. Very intriguing and highly recommended!


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