This engaging sequel to Not the Big Sleep (title 112) is a salute to relationships, the primacy of eros over logos, and the importance of consciousness. In song and dance, and with the help of Prof. Adam Brillig and various lovelies, Sharp leads readers joyfully through the thicket of some basic Jungian concepts, including the nuances of typology, archetypes, complexes and the enigmatic process of individuation versus individualism.
This is Book 2 in The SleepNot Trilogy. Watch for Book 3, Eyes Wide Open: Late Thoughts, in 2007.
Daryl Sharp, B.Sc., B.J., M.A., is a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich and the author of 14 other books in this series.