"Jan Palmer has everything - except happiness. He wishes to escape to another world. But be careful what you wish for… Waking out of a deep sleep, he escapes - into a living nightmare. In a realm of deadly secrets and dangerous dancing girls, he discovers that humankind’s fate lies in his hands. Abounding in revelation, this is a tale that might just open your eyes.
“I stayed up all night finishing it. The yarn scintillated.” —Ray Bradbury
What did you like best about 'Slaves of Sleep' and 'The Masters of Sleep'? What did you like least?
I like the characters, but the story was so unbelievable my suspense was not held for very long.
What could L. Ron Hubbard have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Provide more transition when switching into different worlds and develop the dream world more
What does Rene Auberjonois bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
She brought the Characters alive and made a dull story interesting.
Did 'Slaves of Sleep' and 'The Masters of Sleep' inspire you to do anything?
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