A couple of years ago I read a review of an interesting novel, but I lost the details and have never read the book.
The background premise was that genetic engineering had progressed to the point where those who could afford it were "improving" their children. Many of these children had no need of sleep, with the abilty to be active 24 hours a day.
The story itself was set some 18-20 years later, when these children were entering adulthood and dealing with the bigotry and prejudice that arose when the "rest of us" started to realise what a competitive advantage the non-sleepers have.
Anyone recognise the novel?