The Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer by Demeza Carlton are truly scary because they are so horrible as fragments. Caitlin’s nightmares always end with an abrupt and screaming waking call to a rescuer she barely knows, Nathan. Caitlin remembers one thing clearly. Nathan, her rescuer, has promised he would never leave her side; he would always be there when she woke up, even in the several surgery rooms where doctors worked to restore her body to a semblance of what she was before her abduction and torture. Each sleep session, four or five per night, brings a few more memories about what happened to her, who tortured her, how many participated in the abduction, and how she was rescued (not escaped) from her captors.