Monday, April 13, 2009

The Little Sleep by Paul Tremblay

Private Investigator Mark Genevich knows he has a mystery to solve, but the problem is, he's not sure which clues are real. Genevich is narcoleptic and suffers from the most severe symptoms, including realistic dreams and hallucinations. He's not even sure who his client is. Or if he actually has one.

The Little Sleep is clever, original, and a great read. It's hard-boiled, funny, smart, and hard to put down. I highly recommend it.

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