series=Virgin New Adventures
number= 48
featuring=Seventh Doctor Bernice, Chris, Roz

writer=Kate Orman
publisher=Virgin Books
isbn= ISBN 0-426-20465-4
date=March 1996
following=Death and Diplomacy|

"SLEEPY" is an original novel written by Kate Orman and based on the long-running British science fiction television series "Doctor Who". It features the Seventh Doctor, Bernice, Chris and Roz. It is part of the "Psi Powers series".

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*Doctor Who RG | id=who_na48 | title=SLEEPY
* [ The Cloister Library - "SLEEPY"]


*OG review | id=na-48 | title=SLEEPY
*DWRG | id=slee | title=SLEEPY

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