Wow. Another truly amazing story hidden away in the archives. A teen boy discovers that he can navigate into other people's dreams. With the help of his sister and another young girl, he sets out to help others, and leads the way for the FBI's pursuit of a previously undetected serial killer. This is apparently the first of 3 stories in this series.
The plot of the story is amazingly good. The sex scenes are not there necessarily for stroke purposes, but rather to develop the characters and the storyline. This is a paranormal/young adult story with decidedly adult themes. A score of 10 is well-earned.
For technical score, this is the one place the story falters, but only a bit. A few wrong homophones (lightening/lightning, too/to, wry/rye, etc), a few missed words, all subtract from the final score, giving it an A (8).
For personal appeal, I give this somewhere between an A+ (9), and an outstanding 10. Why not higher? Because as mentioned, this is the first book in a trilogy. I have not read the rest yet. Frankly, taking out the scenes that do not appeal to me (I really am not into abuse and BDSM) would simply damage the story too much. This was an excellent read, and I recommend it to all.