Hidden In Dreams, all eyes turn to psychologist and dream expert Elena Burroughs for answers. Are these simple nightmares or predictions of a grim future? As the clock ticks toward impending doom, Elena forms an unlikely alliance with her most vehement critic and the two race to determine whether the messages are of divine origin and if actions can be taken to avoid the catastrophe.
Author Davis Bunn has a gift for writing page-turning novels that keep me awake far past my bedtime and Hidden in Dreams did not disappoint. Rather than dreaming on my own, I was swept away into Elena's world of dream interpretation. With a background in psychology, economics, and finance, as well as a business career that took him to over forty countries, Bunn was ideally suited to write this story. He writes with such confidence and expertise that I am completely consumed by the action, never once doubting that such events could possibly occur.
Hidden in Dreams (released July 3, 2012 by Howard Books, a division of Simon and Schuster) is the second novel in the Elena Burrough's Dreams series, but the novel can easily stand alone. I enjoyed the first novel, The Book of Dreams and recommended it on October 7, 2011.
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