Season two of Sleeper brings Holden Carver's journey to a close. I think I may have liked the first season a little better. There's an almost manic energy that takes up much of this volume, with Carver being pulled between Lynch and Tao and deciding to play them both. Tough game, and I spent much of the book wondering if he'd lost it, and what nasty end he would meet. The ending was satisfying, complete, and as good as it could be.