A Long, Long Sleep review by swimmer0016
A Long, Long Sleep
by Anna Sheehan
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 15
Reviewer's Location - Petoskey, MI, United States
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<p>16 year old Rosalind has been awoken from a sleep in her stasis chamber. She soon finds out that she has slept for 62 years through a terrible time! The last thing she remembers is that she and her mother were having a fight and her mother put her in the chamber. She wakes up to find her parents and her beloved boyfriend gone. As she is adjusting to new technology and people someone tries to kill her. Who wants her dead? As this unfolds she learns about her parents true intentions for her.</p>


<p>I thought this book was very interesting. It was completely different from anything I have ever read before. There was so much technology portrayed; some that we haven&#39;t even imagined yet. It was hard to understand what all of the information meant at first but once you got into it it was so cool. There is a romance it is sad and sweet and in the end it is beautiful. I loved this book</p>

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There was nothing offensive about this book. The only thing i can think of is some violence but nothing bad. And also there was some kissing but nothing racey

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