So the story goes that S. J. Watson was employed with the British National Health Service but dreamed of writing. Accordingly, he cut back on his work hours, took a very demanding writing course or two, and honed his craft. BEFORE I GO TO SLEEP is the first of what is hopefully many manifestations of these. Anyone who reads this book will not soon forget it. Unless, of course, you are afflicted with the condition so dramatically presented here.
You will be looking for the extra pages even as you re-read the last one, which is just one reason why it's a great, jaw-dropping ending.
Christine Lucas, the narrator, suffers from a ver