[ARC Review] The Big Sleep by Meaghan Gray ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Summary:
For the second time in thirty years, the entire world has fallen asleep.

A science fantasy adventure.

Thirty years after the Greymen caused the decimation of her people, high school drop out Rain Collins spends her days learning to pickpocket and hold her booze. Yet she longs for the freedom and adventure of the Dreamwalkers of the past.

When the Greymen return and send her world into a second Big Sleep, Rain discovers her own innate powers and finds the epic adventure she has always sought.

But she soon learns that the dangers of the dream world are far greater than she ever expected.

Hunted by a particularly fearsome Greyman, Rain must put herself at constant risk to keep her friends and family safe from the nightmares. While she rages against the invaders, she searches for the nefarious truth behind their return. Driven by the true thirst for freedom, she will stop at nothing to drive the German from her planet forever. 


Review:

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review


The Big Sleep is a quick and interesting read incorporating science fiction elements and original plot interwoven throughout the novel. It was fast paced and full of interesting context of the Greyman. What intrigued me most was the Greyman. Also the writing style is very unique in the beginning.

I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a quick read and anyone who enjoys science fiction.


Overall I would give The Big sleep 4 stars. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


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