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The jet lag sucked at him like some colossal leech on his energy, if he stopped moving for a second he would fall asleep.

By randolf, November 9, 2013.
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In fact, Alex had been awake for several hours. He had fallen asleep fast, slept heavily and woken too early...the classic pattern of trans-atlantic jet lag.

By hiccup, May 24, 2012.

Found in Alex Rider, Skeleton Key, authored by Anthony Horowitz.

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He would describe his Jet lag as like coming off night shift. The fatigue was all the same but at least it held an edge of anticipation for a new day in a new place. The travel bug had bit him hard and he would never be the same again.

By randolf, November 9, 2013.
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They'd fallen asleep far too early and woken up in the very early hours of the morning, they were still on London time, but it was a Vancouver day that awaited them.

By randolf, November 9, 2013.