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What would you do if you discovered everyone in your house, on your street, and in your town dead? Then discovered you weren't alone and what was out there was hunting you? Melissa Allen knows exactly how it feels. With only a voice on the phone for help, she must stop what is happening before the monsters find her.

©2015 Jennifer Brozek (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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"Never Let Me Sleep is a disturbing glimpse into an unfolding apocalypse. This is genuine nightmare territory." (Jonathan Maberry, New York Times best-selling author of Rot & Ruin and Fall of Night)

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Fun, fast-paced popcorn listen

This is a favorite of mine. The narrator really captures the voice of the character, and the writer keeps the danger pouring while the 14-year-old hero handles the pressure-cooker situation with ultimate competence.

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I'm not a horror fan, but.

I enjoyed this, immensely. I found the story engaging, the sequence of events and the processes believable, and the performance extremely listen-to-able.
While I could see a number of things from the foreshadowing, the manner by which they were presented in-story was interesting and surprising. Ms. Evans' narration was excellent, both in diction and performance. There were several spots where I almost cried, as I-the-listener was supposed to, due to the story and performance.
I'm not fond of horror, but this didn't strike me as gratuitously descriptive/gorefest. Some of the circumstances hit *MY* oh-g*d-no points (but not in a bad way).