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Tell Me Your Dreams

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2013

    True Sidney Sheldon Style...will not disappoint!

    Excellent page turner. Be prepared to gasp in public places while reading this book. Definitely suspenseful...slow moving in the middle, but powerful ending.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2007

    Entertaining Enough

    I've definately had a better read but it wasn't predictable like most books. It took me awhile to understand what was going on in the beginning chapters. I thought her multiple personalities were seperate people altogether in the beginning. When I realized it was all the same person I was shocked. I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone I know.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2006

    HMMMMM....

    I have to say that when I began reading this book I absolutely adored it! The ending though was rather disappointing and I felt that the story dragged on for too long.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2003

    Mr. Sheldon, we need a sequel!!!!

    This was one of several books I've read by the author... Sheldon 's books are wonderfully written, and i often find it difficult to pull myself away from them... Tell Me Your Dreams was no exception! ... Like another reviewer, however, I was able to figure out much of what was going to happen (perhaps because i was a psych major)... however, i did not predict the end... which just left me wanting to know more... Was she cured or wasn't she??? And what ABOUT the father??... Shouldn't he be investigated?? Perhaps the author wished to focus more on the daughter and her story... Hopefully, there WILL be a sequel to tie up these loose ends... So, I gave this book 3 stars- Bottomline: although somewhat predictible, still exciting and worth reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2001

    Creative style, but not the greatest book.

    I had my suspicions about Ashley's character development in this book, so I read a review that confirmed my suspicions. My mistake. The first 12 chapters were nothing more than words I had to read to move on in the story. I disliked the slow pace and the predictable ending. The only reason I give this book 3 stars is because of the multiple settings within one story: the first book, reveals the murders and a psychologically ill woman; the second, an interesting trial with a prejudiced, intolerant Judge whose behavior affects Ashley's lawyer, David Singer (a man after your heart); and the final book, explores the treatment and Doctors who treat Ashley, Toni, and Alette. In the end, I was left wondering if it was okay to sympathize for Ashley, or think only of the lives lost because of a trauma which she could not have overcome without the help of a believing policeman, a convinced lawyer, and a patient doctor.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2001

    The book was great until the end!

    I found myself not being able to put this book down, eventhough I had figured out most of what was to come before hand. All in all, it was a good book until the end. I can not allow myself to believe that at one of the best facilities in the country, that no one considered pressing charges on Ashley's father!! I was outraged! The man was about to marry a woman with a 3 year old child. At one point even 'Toni' considered that he would molest this little girl. But, all the therapist were worried about was getting her over the anger?? You have got to be kidding me! Also, I felt that the author was in a hurry to publish this book, as MPD is a very complex mental illness, and he could have easily added on 100 additional pages.

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