The Insomniacs

Marit Weisenberg (Author) Angela Dawe (Read by)
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$44.99  $41.39
MacMillan Audio
Publish Date
September 01, 2020
5.1 X 5.8 X 1.0 inches | 0.01 pounds
Compact Disc

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About the Author

Marit Weisenberg has a master's degree from UCLA in Cinema and Media Studies and worked as a film and television executive for a number of years. She currently lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband and two daughters. Her previous titles include Select and Select Few.
Angela Dawe is originally from Lansing, Michigan, and currently calls Chicago home. In addition to audiobook narration, she has worked in film, television, theater, and improvisational comedy.


"The Insomniacs is a novel about what we see and what we think we see--and what we remember and what we can't bear to remember. It's about the things that frighten us in our own neighborhoods, and about wanting someone who is so close and yet feels impossibly far away. It's a novel about love and secrets and bridging the divide between. Weisenberg speaks so beautifully to the risks and dangers of all sorts of yearning--readers will want to embrace her heroine." --Peternelle van Arsdale, author of The Beast Is an Animal

"The Insomniacs totally captures the itchy thrash of insomnia, and the secret exhilaration that comes from staring into the darkness to find someone staring back. And if that someone is hot, well, then...Not surprisingly, I stayed up way too late to finish this book!" --Kate Williams, author of The Babysitters Coven

"The Insomniacs is a deep dive into the inner workings of anxiety and how pressure and past trauma can swallow us up. And then, outside of that intimate internal with the very human Ingrid, the external world is alive with the complex stories and pasts in a neighborhood and friend groups and teams. The interweaving is intricate and realistic. The romance is palpable. Weisenberg does not shy away from the tough topics, and everything about it feels real and raw." --Bonnie Pipkin, author of Aftercare Instructions

"The Insomniacs is romantic, mysterious, and addictive, with enough twists to keep you up all night." --Tara Goedjen, author of The Breathless

"Best read in the night's small hours, The Insomniacs is a story composed of many wonderful parts. It's a mystery that will keep you riveted to its pages long after the sun has set. It's a tender romance full of all the pains of love lost and yearned for. It's an introspective character study of a girl who feels unmoored after a painful accident. But above all, it's a story sure to resonate with readers who have ever searched for ways to feel a little less alone. --Kalie Young, Barnes & Noble at the Grove, Los Angeles, CA