Wake Up, O Sleeper

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Tate Publishing, Mar 30, 2010 - Fiction - 295 pages
2 Reviews
Jack Wilson found himself riding in the back of a pickup truck wondering how everything could have gone so wrong. He looked up the road and caught a glimpse of the strange, enclosed city looming in the distance. His father had agreed to leave the safety of their secluded cabin in the mountains and travel hundreds of miles with him to try and find Lori. It had been over two years since he saw her last. Jack loved her desperately but had no idea how she felt toward him. They had prepared for months, planning out every detaila "or so he had thought. Now Jack's father was dead, the plan was totally shot, and he was making it up as he went along with his life in the balance. He had four days to infiltrate the city, find Lori, and escape before he would surely be discovered and killed. He couldn't have dreamed how the next four days and a mysterious letter from his father would forever change his life. Wake Up, O Sleeper is a page-turning thrill ride that you won't be able to put down. The shocking ending will leave you asking: 'Am I awake or asleep?'
  

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User Review  - Carol - Goodreads

I received this book free as part of a giveaway and was really excited to begin reading it. As interesting as the story was, I had trouble reading the book and had to force myself to finish. The ... Read full review

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User Review  - Georgiann Hennelly - Goodreads

This is a father/ son adventure of great contrasts. People who live in the cities are cut off from nature. The challenges and the tensions the father and son face,as they try to infiltrate the city to rescue a girl. It is an entertaining read and a very thought provoking story. Read full review

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Contents

Chapter 1
11
Chapter 2
29
Chapter 3
46
Chapter 4
72
Chapter 5
98
Chapter 6
115
Chapter 7
141
Chapter 8
172
Chapter 9
193
Chapter 10
221
Chapter 11
243
Chapter 12
265
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