Sleep No More
They say you shouldn’t mess with fate, that is after all why it is called fate, but when sixteen-year-old Charlotte tries to do just that, she ends up killing her father. Trying to hide her visions to prevent any more disaster, there is one that keeps surfacing about a murder. After trying to ignore it, Charlotte receives a mysterious text questioning her part in the murder, which causes her to question herself and her skills. Does she actually have control over people’s fate? After all, the last time she tried to intervene, someone important was killed.
Sleep No More is not for the faint of heart, and there was no censoring of graphic and gruesome events and that alone made the book stand out and made the story what it is, spine-tingling awesome! The simple element that everything has a consequence is vividly brought to life, and this makes Charlotte’s character so easy to feel sympathy for and I even questioned if I would have done things differently if I had had to make the same choices. I highly recommend picking this book up, and I look forward to reading more from Aprilynne Pike.
|Page Count||352 pages|
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