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by Dick Hill,Greg Iles

eBook Sleep No More ePub
Author: Dick Hill,Greg Iles
Language: English
ISBN: 1593351925
ISBN13: 978-1593351922
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (June 10, 2004)
Category: Action & Adventure
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 324
Formats: mobi docx lrf lit
ePub file: 1605 kb
Fb2 file: 1688 kb

Sleep No More Audiobook. Unabridged This book was nothing like his other books set in Natchez. Greg Iles is a very good author.

Sleep No More Audiobook. Greg Iles (Author), Dick Hill (Narrator), Brilliance Audio (Publisher) & 0 more. This book was nothing like his other books set in Natchez. I think that once established, authors like to stretch and write something provocative or totally different.

Greg Iles is a versatile, multitalented author who has a unique voice and never writes about the same thing twic. .Praise for Greg Iles’s other. heart-stopping thrillers. Iles continues to scare the livingday lights out of readers. The New Orleans Times-Picayune. Filled with so much action that it deserves to be read in one long and satisfying session. An enigmatic crime figure, as brilliant as Hannibal Lecte.

Geoff Iles, for taking over all the work but the writing. Courtney Aldridge, for his expertise in geology and character motivation. Greg Iles, Sleep No More. Thank you for reading books on BookFrom. Michael Henry, for his pragmatic advice and inspiration. Luis Mandoki, for teaching me about emotion and character. 887. 0. Published: 2002.

In Sleep No More, Greg Iles returns to the territory of some of his best-loved works, the steamy and hypnotic small town Mississippi where Iles himself grew up. John Waters is a husband and father happy with his lot in life, though he has not always felt that way. Years earlier he escaped a. Years earlier he escaped an obsessive love affair, which he feared might consume him.

Not the official first day-there was nothing official about Eve-but the first day the air turned cool, blowing through John Waters’s shirt as though it weren’t there. t, but he didn’t want one because it had been so hot for so damn long, because the air tasted like metal and his blood was up, quickened by the change in temperature and the drop in pressure on his skin, like a change in altitude

Dick Hill delivers an outstanding performance in this supernatural tale of soul transfer (which only occurs during sexual intercourse), passion, and murder-with . SLEEP NO MORE would have much more success in abridged form.

Dick Hill delivers an outstanding performance in this supernatural tale of soul transfer (which only occurs during sexual intercourse), passion, and murder-with Waters as the prime suspect. From Hill's first words, the listener senses this will be a chilling story. His Southern accents are totally first-rate, with voices matching personality, age, and gender. c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine. Retail pak, Brilliance Audio, 2002.

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Linton Hill wasn’t a palace like Dunleith or Melrose, but it had four thousand square feet with detached slave quarters that .

Linton Hill wasn’t a palace like Dunleith or Melrose, but it had four thousand square feet with detached slave quarters that Waters used as a home office, and many small touches of architectural significance. Since they moved in, Lily had been leading a one-woman campaign to have the house placed on the National Register of Historic Places, and victory seemed close. Over the next century, this became one of the most beautiful and unique cemeteries in the South, and it was through its gates that John Waters finally pulled his Land Cruiser and slowed to a near idle. Some of the stones he passed looked new, others as though they’d been cut centuries before, and probably were.

In Sleep No More, Greg Iles returns to the territory of some of his best-loved works, the steamy and hypnotic small town Mississippi where Iles himself grew up.

John Waters is a husband and father happy with his lot in life, though he has not always felt that way. Years earlier he escaped an obsessive love affair, which he feared might consume him. The woman in question disappeared after Waters married, and later he heard that she was killed in New Orleans. But now, Waters has an uneasy feeling that she has resurfaced to trouble him―and entice him―once again. A woman he meets casually stuns him with a smile and a secret only this former lover would know. But when this alluring stranger is suddenly murdered, Waters's quiet life is enveloped in a whirlwind of guilt and suspicion, revealing the shadowy sides of love and friendship, and the terror that can result when passion becomes obsession.

Faugami
"Home Run Kid Does it Again". Every time I see a book written by Greg Iles, there is no hesitation as I rush to purchase those coveted pages for my library. One is never disappointed until they have read the last word of the novel. And if your a voracious reader as I am, you know what I mean. There is nothing to dislike in any of the books that I have had the power profound pleasure in reading. Although, some of his published works bewilder the reader at the beginning, it doesn't discourage you but rather encourages you to "buckle your seatbelt" and see where he's going to take you. Anyone who enjoys an excellent mystery read that keeps you entertained for hours at a time would certainly enjoy this or any other of Mr Isles publications and should not consider thatgiving less th"Home Run Kid Does it Again". Every time I see a book written by Greg Iles, there is no hesitation as I rush to purchase those coveted pages for my library. One is never disappointed until they have read the last word of the novel. And if your a voracious reader as I am, you know what I mean. There is nothing to dislike in any of the books that I have had the power profound pleasure in reading. Although, some of his published works bewilder the reader at the beginning, it doesn't discourage you but rather encourages you to "buckle your seatbelt" and see where he's going to take you. Anyone who enjoys an excellent mystery read that keeps you entertained for hours at a time would certainly enjoy this or any other of Mr Isles publications and should not consider thatgiving less than five star . an five star reviews.
Dddasuk
This book was nothing like his other books set in Natchez. Greg Iles is a very good author. I think that once established, authors like to stretch and write something provocative or totally different. Well, this is it. I love thrillers with twists and turns and but this felt like the story line couldn't decide where it was going: family man has an affair involving kinky sex, a solid character from another book line of Iles shows up and it appears the story will take a realistic twist, but it goes on and on with the supernatural stuff, sort of like a B move. If you haven't read any other Iles' books, try them; they are superior.
Fordregelv
At one time this novel would have or could have been turned into a shocking blockbuster movie about the paranormal, lost love, action, tension, visceral jealousy, murder, layered who-dun-its even... there's a lot here. I don't know whether we've become so jaded as a society that twisty shocks and edgy content and graphic sexuality have just become the norm now with something mysteriously even greater needed to bring a story like this more notice and fame. It must have been fun for the author to write this story using characters that exist in the same world as popular characters he has already created. Greg Iles is a fine writer, maybe it's a little too literate for its basic horror roots. I know that I felt like I was coming to the ending and realized I was only half way through. I'm not sure who I would recommend this to. Someone open to the paranormal slipping into everyday life? Just like in the story itself? Perhaps if you're that person...
Mr.jeka
I'm a huge fan of Greg Iles, but this book was just to bizarre. Don't get me wrong, I love supernatural and odd stories, but the cheesy sex scenes and sex undertones kind of ruined it for me.
I was hoping the ending would reveal a sinister plot rather than the supernatural, and I thought the ending was pretty weak.
Sorry Greg, not your best.
fire dancer
Greg Iles,know for fast paced legal thrillers, bring his talent to a tales of intertwined science fiction and legal suspense. For those sci-fiction fans, this will be a good read. Fast paced with good character development provides a solid foundation for an average read for legal thriller lovers.
Kriau
Oh my gosh! The incredibly talented Mr. Iles has us believing the unbelievable. I can see why author Stephen King praised this book, although it is not written in the King style. It is a supernatural thriller, unlike anything I have ever read, but this exceptional storyteller has us believing that it could happen, and makes the incredible seem logical.
Iles takes us back once again to wonderful Natchez, Mississippi, (his actual home town) for the locale of this novel. The main character is John Waters, a likeable, decent man, 41 years old with a young daughter and a wife who loves him, but is unable to make love with him after 2 traumatic miscarriages. Along comes Eve Sumner, lady realtor, to tempt him - in the process of luring him in she shocks him by telling him things only a former lover would know - Mallory Candler, with whom he had an obsessive love affair, culminating in her trying to kill him, before she herself was murdered by a rapist 10 years prior. How can Eve Sumner possibly know these personal things about his relationship with Mallory of long ago? She is 10 years younger than Mallory would have been if she lived.
John spends 2 weeks out of his life seeing Eve Sumner nights as he sneaks out of his house instead of sleeping, returning before morning, then his life starts to fall apart, and he wonders if he is losing his mind, and if his past will doom his future.

The plot twists and turns of this book keep shocking the reader. Our sympathies go out to this likeable main character because we can't imagine how we would react in a situation such as he is in - it's just overwhelming - you root for him to fight back!
Stephen King said something on the jacket about being hooked after the 7th chapter - it keeps your interest from the beginning, but he's right, after the 7th chapter, look out, and by the 11th chapter, I recommend you not pick it up at bed-time or you will "Sleep No More."
I agree with one other reader, however, who found that it ended abruptly, and left us wondering about a couple things... but I will leave that to you to determine for yourself... Thank you, Greg for a gripping novel - can't wait to see what's next!
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