This is the second story in a trilogy by this author. A young man has been gifted with some very special powers that allow him to travel through the dreamworld. In the process of helping others, he gets caught up in a world of crazy killers, sexual predators, and more. Some would call him a boy, but I have always believed that what sets a boy and a man apart is not physical age, but rather the actions of the individual. This is a young adult/paranormal story with decidedly adult themes.
Although the author does an extremely good job laying out what transpired in the previous book, please do yourself a favor and actually read the first book, Sleepwalker, before reading this one. Even with that said, this book continues on the quality of the story, and gets an outstanding 10 for it.
Again, the problems in the story come from incorrect homophones for the most part. Between those and other small errors, the score drops to an A (8).
For personal appeal, I believe it merits another A+ (9). This story will have you laughing in parts, crying in others, and wanting to have more time to keep reading it without life's distractions. Why not a 10 on the appeal score? Well, I have finished only 2 of the books in the trilogy. I won't know until I finish the last one if it will merit a higher score. It has been a great read so far.