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Teenager Tom Lovett suffers from a rare form of narcolepsy that can knock him out for days at a time. At least, this is what his parents and doctors have always told him. But Tom’s about to make a shocking discovery: He’s actually a sleeper assassin. His narcoleptic "fits" are cover for his horrific missions. In fact, his entire life has been a lie. The truth is, Tom share Teenager Tom Lovett suffers from a rare form of narcolepsy that can knock him out for days at a time. At least, this is what his parents and doctors have always told him. But Tom’s about to make a shocking discovery: He’s actually a sleeper assassin. His narcoleptic "fits" are cover for his horrific missions. In fact, his entire life has been a lie. The truth is, Tom shares a body with Tyler Garrett, a separate personality who has committed coldblooded murder without a second thought. Now, Tom is on a mission to take down the evil agency that created him. But can he also fight the evil within himself? In the tradition of The Bourne Identity and The Bourne Supremacy, Sleeper Code and Sleeper Agenda are a two-part white-knuckle thrill ride that will keep readers riveted to the very last page.


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Teenager Tom Lovett suffers from a rare form of narcolepsy that can knock him out for days at a time. At least, this is what his parents and doctors have always told him. But Tom’s about to make a shocking discovery: He’s actually a sleeper assassin. His narcoleptic "fits" are cover for his horrific missions. In fact, his entire life has been a lie. The truth is, Tom share Teenager Tom Lovett suffers from a rare form of narcolepsy that can knock him out for days at a time. At least, this is what his parents and doctors have always told him. But Tom’s about to make a shocking discovery: He’s actually a sleeper assassin. His narcoleptic "fits" are cover for his horrific missions. In fact, his entire life has been a lie. The truth is, Tom shares a body with Tyler Garrett, a separate personality who has committed coldblooded murder without a second thought. Now, Tom is on a mission to take down the evil agency that created him. But can he also fight the evil within himself? In the tradition of The Bourne Identity and The Bourne Supremacy, Sleeper Code and Sleeper Agenda are a two-part white-knuckle thrill ride that will keep readers riveted to the very last page.

30 review for Sleeper Agenda

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sean Randall

    "I can see it in your eyes," the man said above him, blood dripping from his lips as he attempted to force the glinting blade down into Tom's face. " 'Why won't this guy go down?'" Wells laughed, shaking his head ever so slowly, his face a bloody mess. "I can't feel a thing," he said. "Do you understand, boy? They made it so I don't feel any pain." The blade slowly descended. "It's a battle of the science projects," Wells grunted with exertion. "May the better freak win." I must confess that alth "I can see it in your eyes," the man said above him, blood dripping from his lips as he attempted to force the glinting blade down into Tom's face. " 'Why won't this guy go down?'" Wells laughed, shaking his head ever so slowly, his face a bloody mess. "I can't feel a thing," he said. "Do you understand, boy? They made it so I don't feel any pain." The blade slowly descended. "It's a battle of the science projects," Wells grunted with exertion. "May the better freak win." I must confess that although I enjoyedSleeper Code, Sniegoski's first book about Tom Lovett, I merely found it "good", rather than something I'd retain as a highly enjoyable read. The premise in outline is that Tom has narcolepsy, but when he's asleep sometimes he's actually host to a second, cultivated personality - a killer. I got the strong urge to pick up This (the second book) straight after the first, largely due to a sense of incompleteness. The story was obviously going further, and I wanted to find out where. So I did... Taking both works as a whole my rating has to increase, because although the kid-as-spy or teenager-as-soldier concept has been done and done to death, this was nevertheless an interesting twist on the concept. Books that inform about any sort of condition (narcolepsy in this case) are always good because that sort of material gave me, at a younger age, insight into a condition I was otherwise clueless about. it's fiction, of course, primarily a good yarn, but with some interesting comment about its subject matter nevertheless. I do find myself wondering if that's the end of it, or if (in Alex Rider fashion) more and more titles will appear. The ending is complete but certainly not closed-off, so who knows. Hopefully, if done properly, it won't be overdone.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Aelvana

    Tom knows who he is now, sort of. He's not thrilled that his old life blew up, that the assassin half of his personality has killed a lot of people, or that the unification of his personality and Tyler's may have hit a few snags. He's especially not happy that Madison, his unofficial girlfriend, is now involved. But when Tyler is released from Tom's mind once again, Tom realizes that he can't solve anything until he masters himself. This is the sequel to Sleeper Code, and it picks up right where Tom knows who he is now, sort of. He's not thrilled that his old life blew up, that the assassin half of his personality has killed a lot of people, or that the unification of his personality and Tyler's may have hit a few snags. He's especially not happy that Madison, his unofficial girlfriend, is now involved. But when Tyler is released from Tom's mind once again, Tom realizes that he can't solve anything until he masters himself. This is the sequel to Sleeper Code, and it picks up right where the other book left off. Although many of the plot elements from the other book carried over into this one, the main focus here is not evil government conspiracies or madmen who want to destroy the world. The real story is about Tom and Tyler fighting for control of the same body. In order to best Tyler, Tom has to face not only who he thinks he is, but all the memories he never knew he had. I find this book so much more interesting than the previous for exactly that reason. About half the book takes place in Tyler's mansion inside Tom's head. Here all bets are off, and something very much like magic is in effect. And the delightful twist is that Tom is both the protagonist and the antagonist, in a manner of speaking. Tyler uses his body to do a number of things Tom was hoping to prevent. Also interesting was the journey into the villain's past, and the event that started him down this road. Some segues into memory could have been handled a little less clumsily, but the overall picture worked. The history of Tyler Garret worked very well. Overall, this book ended the duet on a higher note than the previous. The final scene was pure cheese, but at least it provided closure. My opinion of the pair has gone up, though I would still probably wait to get them used. Recommended.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by Carrie Spellman for TeensReadToo.com Picking up almost immediately after where SLEEPER CODE ended... Tom Lovett is locked in a battle. A battle with himself. Or, more accurately, a battle with Tyler Garrett, the second, deadly personality that The Janus Project created to exist in Tom when he "sleeps." The winner gets to live. The loser ceases to exist. When Tom has a narcoleptic attack, Tyler Garrett takes over. That's how it's supposed to work, anyway. But now that Tom knows about T Reviewed by Carrie Spellman for TeensReadToo.com Picking up almost immediately after where SLEEPER CODE ended... Tom Lovett is locked in a battle. A battle with himself. Or, more accurately, a battle with Tyler Garrett, the second, deadly personality that The Janus Project created to exist in Tom when he "sleeps." The winner gets to live. The loser ceases to exist. When Tom has a narcoleptic attack, Tyler Garrett takes over. That's how it's supposed to work, anyway. But now that Tom knows about Tyler, the barrier between the two is braking down. Tom and Tyler's memories are beginning to blend, as are their personalities. Tom has flashes of memories of death and destruction, and Tyler experiences moments of doubt and guilt. With Tom's psyche weakened by experiments, all it takes is a whisper from the woman who masqueraded as Tom's mom and Tyler Garrett is back. Literally hanging on for his life. Tyler escapes the Pandora facility to fulfill a mission. He's stuck with Madison, who believes he's Tom, and whom he can't seem to manage to kill or discard. All the while, Tom is locked in a mental prison, fighting for his life, and Madison's, and possibly the continued existence of the world, to escape. Personal demons are truly life-like in this story of danger and strength. Who do you trust when you can't even be sure you can trust yourself? As action-packed and fast moving as the first book. Tom Sniegoski doesn't miss a step in the continuation of the story. It goes deeper and gets darker then could be imagined. So well-written that I even almost felt bad for the villain. But it all comes down to choices, in the end. Reading this book is a good one.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cathleen Ash

    Tyler has no problem getting on the compound. The idiot guards mistake his southern drawl for someone stupid like themselves. Not that he hadn't figured out 105 ways to take them out by the time they finally brought him to their leader….two of the ways even left them alive! Father Cook, leader of the New Dawn, was gearing up for a terrorist attack against the government - the New Dawn hated government. Good thing I'm the wonder oby, Tyler thought, then let his anger take over and killed everyone Tyler has no problem getting on the compound. The idiot guards mistake his southern drawl for someone stupid like themselves. Not that he hadn't figured out 105 ways to take them out by the time they finally brought him to their leader….two of the ways even left them alive! Father Cook, leader of the New Dawn, was gearing up for a terrorist attack against the government - the New Dawn hated government. Good thing I'm the wonder oby, Tyler thought, then let his anger take over and killed everyone in the room. Good thing I'm in control, Tom thinks, as he wakes up from another brutal dream - a dream that's really a memory of Tyler's. He's still at Pandora, where Tremain, the good guy in the governmnet conspiracy that messed up his life, is running tests on him. Kavanaugh, the bad government guy who actually made him what he is now, is no where to be found. And Madison? Sweet, innocent bystander who met and fell for Tom as much as Tom fell for her? She's there too, wrapping up a debriefing and cover story for the fire that took out her aunt and uncle's house. She's heading home to her parents and Tom will miss her. Tyler could care less. If only Tom and Tyler could come to some sort of agreement before they literally kill eachother.

  5. 4 out of 5

    LadyTechie

    What an awesome kick butt ending to this 2 part story. I wish there were more coming. I think there is room for more espionage, especially with that ending. It was full of loss, sadness, love, friendship, and growth. It also showed how you can find family in the strangest places. Tom's story in part 2 is full of the agony of getting to know himself in the most extreme way. He also had to come to terms with what his family really had been. Sometimes when you only have part of a story you do not se What an awesome kick butt ending to this 2 part story. I wish there were more coming. I think there is room for more espionage, especially with that ending. It was full of loss, sadness, love, friendship, and growth. It also showed how you can find family in the strangest places. Tom's story in part 2 is full of the agony of getting to know himself in the most extreme way. He also had to come to terms with what his family really had been. Sometimes when you only have part of a story you do not see the truth of things. This was true for both Tom and Madison. They were surrounded by adults that kept secrets, sometimes deadly secrets. Part of the difficulty of being a child or teenager is when you are too powerless or young to take control of your own life even when you have all the facts. Sometimes, if all goes well, there is someone out there that can and will help you move forward. Another great thing Sleeper Agenda shows is how great it is when someone labels you as something negative and you get the chance to prove them wrong and sometimes rub it in a bit. I sure hope this is not the end! Review can also be seen at: http://ladytechiesbookmusings.blogspo...

  6. 4 out of 5

    May

    Tom Lovett, now aware of his murderous alter ego and the world that created it, is part of the organization Pandora--sort of. At least, he's staying there while they try to help him figure out who and who he is. But now, now he knows that both personalities can't exist in the same person. When it comes down to it, only one personality can emerge. So which one will it be? Okay, first I must say: Really? In a professional, published book there are multiple grammar errors? Really? That is why it's Tom Lovett, now aware of his murderous alter ego and the world that created it, is part of the organization Pandora--sort of. At least, he's staying there while they try to help him figure out who and who he is. But now, now he knows that both personalities can't exist in the same person. When it comes down to it, only one personality can emerge. So which one will it be? Okay, first I must say: Really? In a professional, published book there are multiple grammar errors? Really? That is why it's not four stars. Because honestly, that's just sad. That said, I liked it. It continued the first book well, but it would've helped if I had read the first one a little closer to reading this one. It's probably aimed more at an early-high-school-aged group, but that's fine. I liked it, but it sort of felt like the story was... floating. Maybe because of all the trips into Tom/Tyler's mind, but the story didn't really feel like it was connected to something concrete. But it was fast-paced, and I personally loved how it ended.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Marya

    Well the first outing was decent, but in this second book, I had one major problem: Mutant. Cyber. BioWeapons-toting. Monkey. And I don't mean great ape. I mean the cute little guys with the long tails that act so silly at the zoo. Sure, monkeys can be freaky. But with cybernetic implants? That's just over the top. That pretty much ruined the book for me. On the other hand, younger fans of 007 may not find that image so ridiculous. Well the first outing was decent, but in this second book, I had one major problem: Mutant. Cyber. BioWeapons-toting. Monkey. And I don't mean great ape. I mean the cute little guys with the long tails that act so silly at the zoo. Sure, monkeys can be freaky. But with cybernetic implants? That's just over the top. That pretty much ruined the book for me. On the other hand, younger fans of 007 may not find that image so ridiculous.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    Sleeper Agenda was somehow a thrilling book in the Sleeper Conspiracy by Thomas Sniegoski... Like its book one, Sleeper Code, no boring chapters involved, characters are awesome, lots of revelations, emotions, especially the love of mother and son... hope there is a book 3 in this sleeper conspiracy series.. =)

  9. 5 out of 5

    Vivian

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book was so addicting that I couldn’t stop. I devoured it in two days. Sleeper Agenda is full of twists and turns that keeps you on your toes and makes you wonder who really is on which side. The ending was a bit of a surprise, and I wished that the person who died didn’t have to die because Tom lost that person for the second time and it seems too cruel.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    This is the conclusion of Tom Lovett's campaign against the evil govenment agency that killed his parents, created a split sub personality that works as an assassin for the agency, and then placed him with 2 handler agents that have always told him they were his parents. The book is so well done you hate to see the resolution and conclusion of the series. This is the conclusion of Tom Lovett's campaign against the evil govenment agency that killed his parents, created a split sub personality that works as an assassin for the agency, and then placed him with 2 handler agents that have always told him they were his parents. The book is so well done you hate to see the resolution and conclusion of the series.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sue

    While I had issues with tthe language in the first book, the second book was just fine. I enjoyed the action of these books and found them to be real page turners.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    Conclusion of the duology. Interesting concept and lots of intrigue. Good for older readers of Alex Rider series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Caitlinleah

    eh, it was alright. there wasn't nearly enough of the romance for me. i'm glad there was a happy ending- but it really wasn't my type of book. eh, it was alright. there wasn't nearly enough of the romance for me. i'm glad there was a happy ending- but it really wasn't my type of book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Callie

    The author really could have added so much more to the end of the book.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Great second\closer book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jered M

    Another good book the 2nd book in the series.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tracey Weyer

    loved it

  18. 5 out of 5

    Karin

    See the review listed under the first book in this series, SLEEPER CODE.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    This was such a cool book to read. I think it would make an awesome movie!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lorelle

    Like the previous book in the series, I enjoyed it but was irked by all the cussing.

  21. 5 out of 5

    SoAmy

    Sleeper Conspiracy Part 2. Fun read, more action than the first. I *loved* all the headspace details, but some truly random and boring flashbacks took this from a solid 4 to a 3.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Julia

    Liked it as much as the first one. I still like Tyler better than Tom. Recommended to people wanting action.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Hailey Currington

  24. 4 out of 5

    Gina

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kirstie

  26. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Halley

  27. 4 out of 5

    Theresa Jones

  28. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

  29. 4 out of 5

    Brittanyamiralim

  30. 4 out of 5

    Eternaldissident

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