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“With his mind settled, Marty lay down on his bed and fell into a deep, dream-filled sleep.”
“Thank you Judith Curr and Malaika Adero for believing in our vision and making our experience at Simon & Schuster and Atria Books a dream-filled adventure.”
“Shivering though she was not cold, she climbed down from the windowsill and back beneath the covers, closed her eyes and drifted into a dream-filled sleep.”
“I grabbed a quick shower and went to bed, falling into a deep, dream-filled sleep.”
“Scentwood, for instance, burned with a fragrance that sent those who breathed it drifting into a dream-filled sleep, while wood from the silvery-turquoise lullabee tree sang as the flames lapped at its bark strange mournful songs, they were, and not at all to everyone's taste.”
“She sang now, night and day, only silent for the brief moments it took her to gulp down her food, swallow the soothing liquids that were brought in every hour or so, and catch a few hours of dream-filled sleep.”
“Later still, a stretch of moonbeam graced her dream-filled bed; wherein she was a published author, autographing her novel while the bookseller used a Reacher to bring down more copies from the shelves above.”
“His eyes were bright, dream-filled; she shrank a little from him, faint pallor under the perfect skin.”
“My sleep was deep and dream-filled (which means it was not deep at all if I can remember my dreams).”
“I never ever wake up to an alarm these days, not for years, so when the alarm went off and I woke from a deep dream-filled sleep, I didn't know what to do with myself, or how to use my limbs to turn it off!!!”
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