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Sleeper Code by Tom Sniegoski
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Mar 06, 12

bookshelves: school, young-adult, science-fiction, adventure
Read from March 03 to 06, 2012

Photina Haumschilt
Genre: Adventure

Tom Lovett has a rare disease known as Quentin's Narcolepsy. It can make him fall asleep for days at a time or have hallucinations that leave him in a cold sweat. The hallucinations and attacks have gotten worse and he starts thinking that something is wrong. All Tom wants is a normal life. Then he finds out his narcolepsy is a cover for a second persona that lives inside of him and that his hallucinations are real. Now he has to find out who or what he is while saving himself and Madison, the girl who just moved in next door with her Aunt and Uncle.

Sleeper Code was hard to get into and is slow to start but picks up a few chapters into the book with some interesting twists. While you are in the characters' heads and expect to connect with them it just doesn't happen. They are flat and nothing really sticks out with either Tom or Madison. It's an easy read with some good twists. There is a cliff hanger at the end that will have you wanting to find out what happens in the next book if you liked this one.
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