Sleeping Beauties OverviewIn the novel Sleeping Beauties, the father and son duo of Stephen King and Owen King put a new spin on the battle between the sexes. The women of the world are falling asleep and becoming swathed in cocoons as the result of a phenomenon called the Aurora Flu. Evie Black, a strange woman immune to the disease was at the center of a dispute over a cure for the disorder. She burdened Clint Norcross, a prison psychiatrist left in charge of that facility, with the knowledge that he was the one responsible for saving her from a posse of angry men and brokering a deal with the women to persuade them to come back to the world. Themes in the novel include the consequences of brutality, gender roles, and the reality of fairy tales.
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