STAY AWAKE reviewed in the Los Angeles Times:  With the subtle tug of a Ouija board’s pointer and spare hints of death and cold-blooded fate, Chaon twists the story’s conclusion with a chilling break in the narration to address the reader, alone with his words, all struggling in our own way. “We understand each other, don’t we?” he half-taunts as a shadow clenches around the story with Chaon’s final, expert reveal. “Are we not, you and I, both of us spirits? Reader, do not ask me who at this very moment is dreaming you.” Sleep tight.

STAY AWAKE reviewed in the Los Angeles Times:  With the subtle tug of a Ouija board’s pointer and spare hints of death and cold-blooded fate, Chaon twists the story’s conclusion with a chilling break in the narration to address the reader, alone with his words, all struggling in our own way. “We understand each other, don’t we?” he half-taunts as a shadow clenches around the story with Chaon’s final, expert reveal. “Are we not, you and I, both of us spirits? Reader, do not ask me who at this very moment is dreaming you.” Sleep tight.