Insomnia

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Ralph's insomnia gets worse when Ed Deepneau gets out of control. Ed is obsessed with the notion that Derry is becoming the new Armageddon and that time is ticking away for the residents. An evil of imaginable proportions has began and Ralph has one chance to beat it.

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You'll lose a lot of sleep.

Ralph does. At first he starts waking up earlier. And earlier. then the hallucinations start - the colours, shapes and strange auras. Not to mention the bald doctors who always turn up at the scene of a death.

That's when Ralph begins to lose a lot more than sleep. When he begins to understand why his hitherto mild-mannered friend, Ed, is getting out of control - dangerously so. And why his home town is about to become the new Armageddon.

An evil of unimaginable proportions has found a way in and Ralph has only one chance to beat it. The stakes are high - they always are when you're playing for human souls. With a Joker in the pack...a bald one with a rusty scalpel.

*Page edges yellowed.*

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AuthorStephen King
PublisherNEL
PlaceLondon
Year1995
ISBN9780450608483
BindingPaperback
ConditionFair
CommentsPage edges yellowed.
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