An eccentric professor invents the world's greatest entertainment device - a gadget that will let you watch your own most secret fantasies on your tv set, in glorious full colour, with stereophonic sound an optional extra.
The Mafia would like the machine, hoping to market it as the ultimate vice.
And the tv moguls along Madison Avenue would also like the progressor's invention, too - just to bury it. After all, who's going to watch summer reruns when he can have his own dream machine?
And Dr Harold Smith, head of the supersecret agency called CURE, would also like to get his hands on the machine because he knows something else about it - that it can be dangerous and deadly.
When bodies start littering the place, can Remo and Chiun, CURE's supersecret secret weapons, be far away? And when they're on the scene, it's lights, camera, action all the way - with no criminal interruptions.
I have been reading The Destroyer series books since I was a young adult. I like the books and will continue to read them. Sweet Dreams was an okay book; in which I mean I liked reading it, but I could put it down. Some of the other books in the series are so riveting with the action so that you can't wait to see what going to happen next. This one was not so. I wish I could give a better review to this book, but let's just say read it if you are a fan of the series. Do not read it if you want to understand what all the fuss is about with Remo Williams. I give it two and a half stars; but please understand it not a waste of your time to read it:-)