The House of Sleep (Paperback)
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Short Description for The House of Sleep Constructed to reflect the different stages of sleep, this book is a comedy about the powers we acquire - and those we relinqish - when we fall asleep, and when we fall in love.
- Published: 28 May 1998
- Format: Paperback 352 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780140250831 ISBN 10: 0140250832
- Sales rank: 749,347
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Full description for The House of Sleep
Sarah is narcoleptic. Her inability to distinguish between dreams and waking reality gives rise to many misunderstandings. For Terry, a disillusioned film critic, sleep is merely a memory. For Dr Dunstan, sleep is nothing less than a global disease. Constructed to reflect the different stages of sleep, "The House of Sleep" is a brilliant and original comedy about the powers we acquire - and those we relinqish - when we fall asleep, and when we fall in love. "It must be one of the best books of the year" - Malcolm Bradbury in "The Times."