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Sidney Sheldon - Tell me your Dreams Book Review

Updated on November 10, 2012

The 300 Million Bestseller Tell Me your Dreams is a psychological thriller that keeps the reader guessing about the identity of the protagonist Ashley Patterson, a complex workaholic, also the daughter of a World Famous Surgeon, who's life's events become her worst nightmares.

The Men around her, even those she doesn't know in person are being savagely murdered and castrated and she is identified by witnesses as the murderer.

Is she guilty???? Or is she a Murderer??? Is she a victim of someone else's planning??? The book takes you on a roller coaster ride and every time you think that you've figured it a ll out there start the twists ans turns that make you woozy and giddy yet eager to experience the kick it gives.You think its a case of Multiple Personality Disorder and then maybe not. You think she is cruel and then again she's as innocent as a Dove.

There is not a single dull moment as you just feel a need to find out for yourself who the heartless criminal could be.

Ashley, elegant yet haunted... Toni, Sultry as well as crazy and wild.... Alette, lovely, soft spoken and totally without conceit... 3 Beautiful young Women suspected of committing a series of horrifying murders.

A Rich Businessman Internet lover one woman is attracted to... An Artist the other is attracted to....A childhood Sweetheart who had promised to elope.... A Sheriff who had made promises to help mysteriously die a horrible, undignified death ( after having been castrated by a woman they have slept with....

An Honest Attorney... A sincere madly in love Doctor... A Father who has sexually abused a daughter and gotten away with it are also part of the racy story line..

As the New York Daily News suggests " When you want a novel you simply cannot put down go to Sheldon.

The only writer to have won an Oscar, a Tony, and an Edgar Award.
The only writer to have won an Oscar, a Tony, and an Edgar Award.


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      RACHITHA CABRAL 5 years ago from Mangalore

      Had read this one years ago. Same issue had forgotten parts of it. Mary Higgins Clark and Sidney Sheldon are worth re-reading again and again.

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      IzzyM 5 years ago from UK

      I read this book too and it was enthralling! Trouble is, I can't remember the ending so will have to dig it out to read again. Sidney Sheldon books on the whole are well worth reading.

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      Lena Kovadlo 5 years ago from Staten Island, NY

      I remember reading this book many years ago. It was very interesting. I couldn't put it down...Thanks for sharing your review on here.