Book Review #56: Rapid Eye Movement by Amanda Sheridan

Lucy has a rather simple life. She gets up every morning, cares for her two wonderful daughters, does the job of her dreams, and spends her free time with her loving husband. Everything is wonderful and exactly how it should be. Until she falls asleep. At night, Lucy is thrown head first into another world, …

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Oh, yeah. ADD.

Sometimes, I get lost going from point A to— Where was I? A thousand trains of thought zip past a single stationary point, and my eyes flit over each individual one. I find myself more concerned with the shape of my thumbnail— Good God, why is that side so flat when the other is round— …