Science Fiction Fridays: To never sleep again

What if you never needed to sleep? What if you were hyper-intelligent and used your every waking hour better and more efficiently than those who did need sleep? If you were Sleepless, would the Sleepers appreciate or fear you? Nancy Kress’ powerful novel Beggars in Spain asks these questions and more while creating memorable characters and a compelling story. This is science fiction at its speculative best.

 

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One Response to Science Fiction Fridays: To never sleep again

  1. David W says:

    ooh: I just picked the strangest story by her for one of next year’s Thrilling Tales, called “Elevator.” Seven passengers, trapped overnight in an elevator, none of them has cell phone reception, but one of them might have a whole different kind of reception, and one of them may not make it out alive.

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