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Covert Dreams - a Review
Covert Dreams, by Michael Meyer, is an international political thriller. You are taken from the streets of Munich, Germany, to the sands of Saudi Arabia to the United States of America.
Situation number one. How would you react if you woke up one morning from a dream where you were fluently speaking a language you had never learned? What if you also remembered details of a country you had never visited? And you dreamed intimately of a person you had never met? This is what happens to B. J.
This is terrifying enough, but then he finds out the places in Munich he has been dreaming about really do exist, as does the woman in his dreams. And she was murdered. Her murderer has never been caught.
Situation number two. What if you, a man, were to accept a job in Saudi Arabia? You and your wife have suffered through the death of your child, and you want to get out of the country. You want to travel a bit and see the world. But when you get there, you wife disappears. You file a report but find that there is no record of your wife flying over with you. You even have trouble proving that she exists. This is what happens to Stan.
While frantically searching for his wife, Stan stumbles into a house where a woman is being held against her will. This woman had also disappeared. Could Stanís wife be held there too?
Do these two situations have anything at all in common with each other? Are they somehow connected? This is an incredible story that sucks you in right from page one. At first I had a hard time keeping up wiht what happened to each character. I even had a difficult time keeping the characters straight in my head, but that could be because I was reading through it so fast. I didnít want to put it down.
Once you start reading this book, you might find it not so easy to put down either. You will be diving into a world of international and political intrigue. Who is in charge of your life? Are you? Or is someone else? Are your dreams your own? And do things like this really happen?
I was sent a copy of this book free of charge by Virtual Book Tours for an honest review. If you would like a copy of this book to read and enjoy, I have provided an Amazon link below.
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