KINDRED SLEEP: A NOVEL uses an elusive narrative to tell a tale of obsession. A young woman named Irene is agonized by a recent breakup and believes that by sleeping, she can dream her way back to her former lover, James. 

After drugging herself to sleep, Irene enters a dystopian dreamscape where she is faced with the hazards of her quest: haunted by distorted memories, Irene finds herself lost in a city that's been destroyed by environmental decay. She's in danger—the longer she sleeps, the more perilous this world (and her obsession with James) becomes. Irene must learn to navigate her mind if she wants to move forward both unharmed and sane.