The House of Sleep: Jonathan Coe
Sarah is a narcoleptic who has dreams so vivid she mistakes them for real events; Robert has his life changed forever by the misunderstandings arising from her condition; Terry, the insomniac, spends his wakeful nights fuelling his obsession with movies; and the increasingly unstable Dr Gregory Dudden sees sleep as a life-shortening disease which must be eradicated...A group of students sharing a house. They fall in and out of love, they drift apart. Yet a decade later they are drawn back together by a series of coincidences involving their obsession with sleep - and each other. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Simon Shepherd. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bbcw/004207/bk_bbcw_004207_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Strange Houses of Sleep (Classic Reprint): Arthur Edward Waite
Sleep Has His House: Anna Kavan
Rory, the Sleeper (Serenity House, #4): A. W. Exley
From the treasured creator of Max and Ruby comes a soothing, quintessential lullaby of a book for the very young. The owls and the crickets are singing together. Outside the window, night falls in a vivid, expressionistic ode to Van Gogh. But inside the cozy house, in rooms lit with soft pastels, parents guide their little bunny through a universal routine: eating supper, putting toys away, taking a bath, reading a story, listening to a song. With gorgeous artwork and a simple poetic narrative offering the perfect script for a reassuring voice, Rosemary Wells gently ties nature´s rhythms to familiar ritual, creating a bedtime read-aloud certain to lull every small child into slumber.
Waking From Sleep:Hay House Inc. Steve Taylor
A Sleep and a Forgetting:Melville House William Dean Howells