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The one where a much younger, much happier mother flies through a psychedelic tunnel of flashing, spinning, colored lights, holding hands with the hippie who looks like Jesus Christ. Their sunglasses reflect the dizzying stripes, making it even harder for Janie to stop the vertigo.

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This dream always makes Janie sick to her stomach. What's her stupid mother doing sleeping in the living room, anyway? But Janie is curious. She tries to focus.

She peers at the man in the dream as she floats alongside the oblivious pair. Janie's mother could see Janie, if only she looked. But she never does. The man can't see her, of course. It's not his dream.

Janie wishes she could get him to take off his sunglasses. She wants to see his face. Wonders if his eyes are brown like hers.

She can never focus her attention in one place for long, though, with all the spinning colors. Abruptly the dream changes.

The hippie man fades, and Janie's mother stands in a line of people that stretches on for what seems like miles. Her shoulders curl over, worn, like thin pages in a well-read book.

Her face is grim, set. She's holding — jiggling — a screaming, red-faced baby. Not this again. Janie doesn't want to watch anymore — she hates this part. Hates it. She gathers all her strength and concentrates. And then the monster transforms, back into Cabel. He looks at the girl, so sorry, so very sorry for scaring her.

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Wanting her to see him like nobody else ever does. The guy that nobody really knows. When she opens her eyes and sees him, she steps toward him. He touches her face. Leans in. Kisses her. She kisses him back. Squeezes his eyes shut, trying to figure it out. Trying to understand how Janie Hannagan managed to see all of that. Not much surprises him anymore. Is she dangerous, though? He thinks she might be. He feels the paranoia coming, lets it wash over him.

Was she spying on him? How long has she known that he dreams about such awful things? And that he dreams about her? And now, quite possibly, after four hours riding together in the freaking middle of the night, she knows the dreams and nightmares of half the people on that bus.

Is he just imagining this? He saw her on that bus.

For hours, on and off, she shook. Out of control, like a multitude of seizures. Watched her helplessly. She looked terrible.

Would anybody subject herself to that on purpose? What is she? Cabel shakes his head. He thinks about the first time she noticed him at the neighborhood bus stop on the first day of junior year. And Carrie laughed. God, that was embarrassing. Janie shushed Carrie, but then she started laughing too. Cabe sat behind them on the bus to school that day.

Pretended to sleep so he could overhear. In case they were going to make fun of him even more. Not Janie.

Not ever again. When the homecoming dance approached, Cabe thought fleetingly about asking her. Yeah, right. He was a total loser.

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The only group that accepted him was the Goths. And they take anyone.

He never even went inside the gym. And wondering if Janie was inside. When the door flew open, nobody saw it coming. The doorknob gutted him before his foot could stop it. Took his breath away for a minute.

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Searing pain. He doubled over. His friends laughed. Why not? It was funny for them, he supposed. She's too tired to fight it right now.

Too tired to pull herself out of it. Plants her cheek on the cold tile floor. Gathers her strength so she can try later, in case the dream doesn't end quickly. It's the same old dream Janie's mother always has.

The one where a much younger, much happier mother flies through a psychedelic tunnel of flashing, spinning, colored lights, holding hands with the hippie who looks like Jesus Christ.

Their sunglasses reflect the dizzying stripes, making it even harder for Janie to stop the vertigo. This dream always makes Janie sick to her stomach. What's her stupid mother doing sleeping in the living room, anyway? But Janie is curious. She tries to focus. She peers at the man in the dream as she floats alongside the oblivious pair. Janie's mother could see Janie, if only she looked.

But she never does. The man can't see her, of course. It's not his dream. Janie wishes she could get him to take off his sunglasses. She wants to see his face. Wonders if his eyes are brown like hers. She can never focus her attention in one place for long, though, with all the spinning colors. Abruptly the dream changes.She can never focus her attention in one place for long, though, with all the spinning colors.

Was she spying on him?

Janie's mother could see Janie, if only she looked. And then, with a furious roar, he transforms into an enormous monster with knives for fingers and he lunges for his father with only one goal in mind. Grins wide as the ocean and lunges for it. It changes a bit each time. He set her shoes on the step, hesitated for a moment, then picked up his board and left her there without a word.

Got a crush on Cabel, the maybe- trouble, maybe-savior guy who had his eye on Janie?

At closing time, Cabel downloads the books. Because this time, asleep sitting next to Janie, he actually watched himself have the nightmare.