Barely Dreaming

Barely Dreaming

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by Stephanie Beck
     
 

As dreams come alive, trouble lurks around the corner.

When Neela Raymond and three of her college girlfriends take a camping trip over spring break, they're abducted by a group of men and held captive for a week. At least that's what Neela's been told--she can't remember any details of the horrifying event. But one thing is very apparent--during that week…  See more details below

Overview

As dreams come alive, trouble lurks around the corner.

When Neela Raymond and three of her college girlfriends take a camping trip over spring break, they're abducted by a group of men and held captive for a week. At least that's what Neela's been told--she can't remember any details of the horrifying event. But one thing is very apparent--during that week she became pregnant. Afraid of the possibilities, Neela finds it difficult to attend classes, eat, or sleep.

When Neela finally falls asleep, she wakes in a dream world, where she finds Gabe O'Shay. Though she can't remember him either, something in her recognizes him.

Gabe and Neela are best friends of a different sort. Created in Neela's mind when she was just a child, Gabe has always been her dream friend, growing as she did, to eventually become the man of her dreams.

With Gabe's help, Neela's memory begins to return, and ugly truths emerge. Snagged in a violent, illegal scheme, Neela will have to struggle for survival. The nightmare is not over yet.

Meanwhile, Gabe has managed to find a tear between the dream world and the real world, but will he arrive too late to help his Neela?

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149356201
Publisher:
Beachwalk Press, Inc.
Publication date:
11/21/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
244 KB

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Barely Dreaming 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book because it's dreamworld aspect is inventive because not alot of people have used that as a story line. I am sick and basically stuck in bedso i can read up to four books a day, if they're shorter reads and i just have to say this is definately one of the best books i've read ever and i hope everyone who reads this enjoys it and made my very boring and painfull days just a little better!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun story. Very, very different, but charming.
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