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Pandemics have been a subject of movies for the past decade They are the nightmares of directors and the entertainment of the masses The concept of mass sickness is something that children are taught in school, like the Black Death or Spanish flu Not very many people think of what would happen if a pandemic were to hit the shores of the United States Mass chaos and confusion would break out and people would learn what the phrase, living hell meant Pandemics are safer in movies and nightma Pandemics have been a subject of movies for the past decade They are the nightmares of directors and the entertainment of the masses The concept of mass sickness is something that children are taught in school, like the Black Death or Spanish flu Not very many people think of what would happen if a pandemic were to hit the shores of the United States Mass chaos and confusion would break out and people would learn what the phrase, living hell meant Pandemics are safer in movies and nightmares It is the stuff that make medical doctors cringe and movies audiences hide under the sheets This book is about a Biochemist named Emma Caldridge that finds herself assigned to a secluded island in search of new resources for a cosmetic company Armed with her wits and past experience with dangerous assignments, her current location seems like a mini vacation Although she predicts a few weeks of work and leisure she is soon faced with the presence of a mysterious voodoo priestess As the weeks progress Emma is perpetually threatened with death and quickly is presented with a mysterious illness that is plaguing the local inhabitants One by one people are falling asleep and not waking up As people fall prey to this coma like illness, Emma is threatened by another person who seeks the same resources Will Emma fall prey to this potential sleep pandemic Will she discover who is behind the potential pandemic and why they are after the same resources as she is This book was a new type of read for me It was very interesting and covered topics that I don t normally read I found the story to be smooth sailing and full of action I thought all of the characters were well thought out and the story came to a complete end With that I would like to say that I did find the book to be a little confusing at times and found myself having to go back to find out who the book was referring to I felt like there was a lot of jumping around from one person to another It felt at times that Emma was not the main character of the story and that also threw me for a loop I hope with future books the author tries to avoid this Overall I still recommend this book It could use a little work, but it still was a great story This is a pretty good fast paced mystery novel Even if some supernatural elements were introduced, they were done in a way that was believable yet chilling A good fast read and a hard book to put down This is the first book I have read in this series and the plot and story stood on their own, didn t feel like I missed any information that might have been in previous books. @Download â Dead Asleep ¶ One of the top thriller writers working todayA master Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Jefferson KeyA former Chicago trial lawyer turned critically acclaimed thriller writer, Jaime Freveletti hit the ground running with her debut novel, Running from the Devil winning a Thriller and a Barry Award and nominations for the Macavity and Crimespree Awards as well With her fourth novel, Dead Asleep, Freveletti proves she hasn t let up for an instant, plunging her brilliant, tough as nails series protagonist, biochemist Emma Caldridge, into a Caribbean island nightmare of voodoo superstition, terrorist plots, and deadly plague Dead Asleep is intelligent, action packed suspense fiction rich in invention and frightening scientific plausibility that will enthrall fans of Lee Child and Daniel Silva, and Kathy Reichs and Tess Gerritsen readers equally I just won a copy from Goodreads Looking forward to reading it Thank you. Dead endingTerrible ending I was waiting for a great wrap up and the next thing I knew it was over Like thisend. crappy ending Great storyliked Emma, the biologist and part time super sleuth, and all her friends.. A Strange Way to DieGreat plot Twists and turns to keep pages turning and excitement enough to keep focus page after page Highly recommended. I received an ARC of the book, and some of my complaints may, indeed, be fixed improved with the final copy This is a sequel to a book I hadn t read, so perhaps that s why I had so much trouble engaging in the story, and keeping track of the many characters The biochemist Emma Caldridge searches for rare minerals in the blue holes beneath the sea adjacent to a tropical island.Voodoo bokors priests , poison seeping trees, undersea monsters that capture boats or are they weird gaseous eruptio I received an ARC of the book, and some of my complaints may, indeed, be fixed improved with the final copy This is a sequel to a book I hadn t read, so perhaps that s why I had so much trouble engaging in the story, and keeping track of the many characters The biochemist Emma Caldridge searches for rare minerals in the blue holes beneath the sea adjacent to a tropical island.Voodoo bokors priests , poison seeping trees, undersea monsters that capture boats or are they weird gaseous eruptions , arms dealers, undetectable guns bullets, oh and a deadly untreatable sleeping sickness disease.There is almost too much going on to keep the story straight Much of the plot remains unexplained, too the deadly disease disappears as mysteriously as it appears, the monster isn t revealed, the minerals to fight aging seem to be unaccounted for at the end of the book But the biochemist Emma Caldridge who also happens to be a kick ass security expert for hire manages to thwart the arms dealers and survive shoot outs, car wrecks, boat attacks, and a near plane crash This was nothing compared to her first book, Running From the Devil, or even her second novel, Running Dark It took too long to reach the plot and didn t keep me interested until the last 50 pages or so I finished it only because Freverletti is one of my favorite authors, otherwise it would have been dropped a long time ago