Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
Sleepless is the first of Fahy’s novels that I’ve read and so with every new author‘s book that I review I have to adjust to the writing style. Once I got that under my belt, the pages kept turning and I found myself suspended in the mysteries surrounding the deaths of teens at Saint Opportuna High. I was entertained by the concept of sleepwalking the most, but the more I think about it – it’s quite frightening!
I liked how this story was told in different perspectives by Emma and Jake and how each struggled to understand what their dreams meant. It also kept up the suspense surrounding the murders of their classmates. The only thing that was lacking for me is the emotional connection to the main characters and some of their reactions to certain events.
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars