To Dream, Perchance to Live - Nessa L. Warin Simply put, I thoroughly enjoyed this story. I loved Aidan, loved Wyatt, loved a lot of the secondary characters. Hated the bad guys that would be Elliott (die in a frigin' fire) and Wyatt's (death is too good for you because it lacks sufficient torment) parents. Set in an alternate time & place the similarities to the real world were enough to give it a comfortable feeling and I didn't have to spend a lot of time trying to mentally create the author's world, which is fun but it was nice just to be able to sink into a good story and enjoy it.