Unliving The Dream Review

Unliving the Dream by [Vischer, Sandra]

Things are darn near perfect for Alex Fisher: she runs a successful business with the love of her life, her husband and the father of her two great kids. She’s managed to sail through nearly forty years without so much as a hiccup. That is, until the night her husband announces he would like to make a change—a change that has apparently been going on for months without Alex’s knowledge. Yes, he has been having an affair with Alex’s assistant.

Suddenly Alex is bouncing through divorce, through her daughter’s subsequent rebellion,
and through the big questions of who she really is and what she wants in life.

No longer living the dream, Alex uses her calm logic, internal dialogue, and sizzling wit—not to mention her friends—to turn the shock of a lifetime into an adventure of self-discovery that takes her from the tropical waters of the Caribbean Sea to the Utah wilderness and along the impoverished streets of Peru.

In this universal tale, told through Vischer’s unique voice, Alex finds that no one escapes unscathed—but we can all have a good laugh and some major personal growth along the way. A humorous, compassionate, and honest look at how the worst time in one’s life ultimately leads to unexpected fulfillment and authenticity.


Unliving The Dream was a wonderful Noval. This was my first story by this author and I do hope to read more from her in the future. 

A incredible story/journey about a woman who was a divorced single mother raising her kids on her own. I laughed, cryed, and cheered with her till the end. A very well written story. 

Characters were very well written. I did not like James since he was a abusive, cheating husband. I am glad that Alex got out of that realtionship. I really liked Alex and was cheering for her till the end. The storyline was good it kept me reading till the last page. Very well written story. 

Recommend to anyone who wants to read a good heartwarming story. 

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