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Gold Medal Winner for Fiction: Horror—2019 International Book Awards
“… a gore-filled throwback to the classic teen slasher flick genre …”
“… a Must Read for Classic Horror Fans … Inevitable and shocking. Brutal and beautiful.”
Waylon Jordan, iHorror.com
“…the teen whodunit that Wes Craven and Lois Duncan never made… the best new slasher franchise since Scream.”
Peter M. Bracke, Author of Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th
“A dark, tension-filled thriller that’s wicked to the very end. Bad luck was never so much fun!”
Jeffrey Reddick, Creator of Final Destination
Break a mirror. Walk under a ladder. Step on a crack. Innocent childhood superstitions … But someone at the Trask Academy of Performing Arts is taking things one deadly step further. Layna Curtis soon realizes the seemingly random, accidental deaths of her friends aren’t random—or accidents—at all. Someone has taken the idea of superstitions to dispose of her classmates. Layna soon uncovers that each escalating, gruesome murder leads closer to its final victim: her. Will Layna’s opening night also be her final bow?
“The ultimate dream and/or nightmare for Freddy Krueger fans.”
Entertainment Weekly “Must” List
“Even the most hardcore Elm Street and horror movie fan will be surprised at what they read.”
“A must own for fans of the franchise.”
Never Sleep Again is the ultimate chronicle of writer and director Wes Craven’s scary, thrilling, and innovative 1984 film. From exploring what spurred mastermind Craven to craft his watershed film, to the beginnings of Robert Shaye’s revolutionary New Line Cinema, and learning how the cast and crew brought their worst nightmares to life. Pieced together with dozens of exclusive new cast and crew interviews, it’s a tale fashioned from the words of those who lived it. This extensively researched, cleverly crafted, comprehensive look back is the definitive account of the film that began what many have called the best, most frightening, and imaginative horror franchise in motion picture history.