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Sleep Donation ePub å ✓ eyltransferservices ☆ [EPUB] ✴ Sleep Donation (Vintage Contemporaries) By Join or create book clubs – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Newly illustrated and available for the first time in years a haunting novella from the uncannily imaginative author of the national bestsellers SwamplandiNewly illustrated and available for the first time in years a haunting novella from the uncannily imaginative author of the national bestsellers Swamplandia and Orange World the story of a deadly insomnia epidemic and the lengths one woman will go to to fight itTrish Edgewater is the Slumber Corps top recruiter On the phone at a specially organized Sleep Drive even in a supermarket parking lot Trish can get even the most reluctant healthy dreamer to donate sleep to an insomniac in crisis one of hundreds of thousands of people who have totally lost the ability to sleep Trish cries she shakes she shows potential donors a picture of her deceased sister Dori one of the first victims of the lethal insomnia plague that has swept the globe Run by the wealthy and enigmatic Storch brothers the Slumber Corps is at the forefront of the fight against this deadly new disease But when Trish is confronted by Baby A the first universal sleep donor and the mysterious Donor Y whose horrific infectious nightmares are threatening to sweep through the precious sleep supply her faith in the organization and in her own motives begins to falter Fully illustrated with dreamy evocations of Russells singular imagination and featuring a brand new Nightmare Appendix Sleep Donation will keep readers up long into the night and long after haunt their dreams In her previous work Karen Russell has shown that she has a startlingly unconventional and original imagination; this book is no exception The storyline is ironically dreamlike and compelling Most strikingly Karen Russell uses words like no one else I found myself rereading sentences for the pure pleasure of it Her prose is almost edible If you want to be startled provoked and transported don't hesitate to buy this book

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Newly illustrated and available for the first time in years a haunting novella from the uncannily imaginative author of the national bestsellers Swamplandia and Orange World the story of a deadly insomnia epidemic and the lengths one woman will go to to fight itTrish Edgewater is the Slumber Corps top recruiter On the phone at a specially organized Sleep Drive even in a supermarket parking lot Trish can get even the most reluctant healthy dreamer to donate sleep to an insomniac in crisis one of hundreds of thousands of people who have totally lost the ability to sleep Trish cries she shakes she shows potential donors a picture of her deceased sister Dori one of the first victims of the lethal insomnia plague that has swept the globe Run by the wealthy and enigmatic Storch brothers the Slumber Corps is at the forefront of the fight against this deadly new disease But when Trish is confronted by Baby A the first universal sleep donor and the mysterious Donor Y whose horrific infectious nightmares are threatening to sweep through the precious sleep supply her faith in the organization and in her own motives begins to falter Fully illustrated with dreamy evocations of Russells singular imagination and featuring a brand new Nightmare Appendix Sleep Donation will keep readers up long into the night and long after haunt their dreams Some interesting ideas but the short length meant a lot went unanswered at the endI would still suggest that others read it though

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Sleep Donation Vintage ContemporariesNewly illustrated and available for the first time in years a haunting novella from the uncannily imaginative author of the national bestsellers Swamplandia and Orange World the story of a deadly insomnia epidemic and the lengths one woman will go to to fight itTrish Edgewater is the Slumber Corps top recruiter On the phone at a specially organized Sleep Drive even in a supermarket parking lot Trish can get even the most reluctant healthy dreamer to donate sleep to an insomniac in crisis one of hundreds of thousands of people who have totally lost the ability to sleep Trish cries she shakes she shows potential donors a picture of her deceased sister Dori one of the first victims of the lethal insomnia plague that has swept the globe Run by the wealthy and enigmatic Storch brothers the Slumber Corps is at the forefront of the fight against this deadly new disease But when Trish is confronted by Baby A the first universal sleep donor and the mysterious Donor Y whose horrific infectious nightmares are threatening to sweep through the precious sleep supply her faith in the organization and in her own motives begins to falter Fully illustrated with dreamy evocations of Russells singular imagination and featuring a brand new Nightmare Appendix Sleep Donation will keep readers up long into the night and long after haunt their dreams I have to say that I was very excited with the premise of this story I love the element of familiarity I feel the same type of respect for “St Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves” story as well As I read I found its similarity to when one gives blood donations; the white Red Cross van on a jobsite I thought about how they constantly call and email individuals telling them how important their donation is and especially someone like Baby A who has 0 blood Lol So when Donor Y comes along and infects everyone with nightmares I found this to be parallel to the AIDs incident that infected the blood bank and how so many were afraid to give or receive blood behind this This story is so amazing to me The whole idea of insomnia ridden human beings sleep donation banks or someone being able to donate their sleep and dreams is definitely a great use of science fiction or possibly horror genreI became captivated when she first tells the story of Dori and her death I remember studying those eyelashes pasted to her skin at an angle of unrelieved attention she blinked at me her thinking slow as syrup and I wished that she would not smile again not ever again not like that because by that point every smile was an accident a twitch driven by nothing that I recognized as human  And I hated the sight of her facial muscles pumpkin grinning on the pillow her pale eyes twitching and I hated watching her go speechless under the conglomerate weight of so much unrelenting looking and thinking and listening and feeling her mind worn thin by the sound of every cough and the plinking moisture of every raindrop these noises exploding like grenades through her naked awareness her mind crushed in the end by an avalanche of waking moments” I love the language I loved her writing techniueAlthough I wanted to know about each individual person named in this story I believe this is one of the ways Russell keeps the story in novella form by not adding additional backstories and conflicts There there but you don’t see them you only guess about them which also brings a great deal of mystery and suspense With that being said I still have to say that if I have any pet peeves with this story it is the ending I felt as though I was left to fend for myself for a resolution that fits There were so many unanswered uestions so this works for one thing but not for the ending