The Long Sleep by Dean Koontz

The Long Sleep (1975)

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Publisher: Popular Library, New York - Published under the pseudonym John Hill    
Book Description From Cover:      
  He woke - and discovered that somehow, somewhere, his mind had been ravished, his memory erased, and his only clue to his identity was his name: Joel.

But he was not alone. Around him the omnipresent computers typed out messages he could not decipher. Embracing him was a beautiful woman. Reassuring him was a kindly, white-haired man who told him one lie after another. And pursuing him was a figure without a face who called himself the Sandman.

Was Joel the only sane human in a world gone mad? Or was he a hopeless maniac living out hid fearful fantasies? Joel's long sleep was over - and his nightmare had just begun.
First Sentence:        
  He was not dead, but nearly so.

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