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Sleep No More

By Kate Pavao, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Teen girl tries to stop killer in chilling fantasy thriller.

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A teen who can see the future combined with a serial killer on the loose sounds like a formula for a fun, fast-paced book, and SLEEP NO MORE mostly is. Charlotte's cinematic story is both exciting and at times pretty chilling. Readers need to be ready to work through complicated descriptions of how the whole oracle thing works, from how Charlotte can shape the future to how she can take down a murderer who's fighting her on a supernatural plane. Sleep No More will appeal most to fantasy lovers who enjoy diving into the details of alternate worlds, but even readers new to the fantasy genre -- and those who get a bit lost figuring out exactly what's going on in all the action -- will appreciate Charlotte's hard-won belief in herself. It's especially easy to cheer when the teen who's always hidden her talent finally understands how powerful she is, realizing, "I am truly the master of my world. Here -- especially in my awakened state -- I can do anything."

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