To Dream, Perchance To Live

Wyatt Mettler is a Dreamer While asleep, he can insert himself into people s dreams and manipulate them, watch their fantasies, steal their secrets, and change their minds all without their knowledge For eleven years he s been Lumoinnovations secret weapon, illegally enslaved, all in the name of the bottom line But when an assignment goes awry and results in the deathWyatt Mettler is a Dreamer While asleep, he can insert himself into people s dreams and manipulate them, watch their fantasies, steal their secrets, and change their minds all without their knowledge For eleven years he s been Lumoinnovations secret weapon, illegally enslaved, all in the name of the bottom line But when an assignment goes awry and results in the death of the subject, Wyatt s handlers leave him for dead When Aidan Donecoff stumbles across Wyatt s unconscious body in an alley, he is struggling to get over a failed relationship and has almost given up hope of forging a true Bond with anyone He has known Dreamers in the past, but none like Wyatt When Wyatt truly wakes up for the first time since he was a child, it is Aidan who helps him find his way in the world They grow close as Wyatt gains confidence, and life is good until Wyatt s handlers discover he is still alive and decide they want him back.
To Dream Perchance To Live Wyatt Mettler is a Dreamer While asleep he can insert himself into people s dreams and manipulate them watch their fantasies steal their secrets and change their minds all without their knowledge

  • Title: To Dream, Perchance To Live
  • Author: Nessa L. Warin
  • ISBN: 9781613727614
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “To Dream, Perchance To Live”

    1. 3.95 starsPhew, "wipes sweat" I am glad that's finally over for Wyatt, Aidan and me, those last few chapters were tense and nail biting, I was on edge and gritting my teeth. All because of those horrible images and thoughts that kept popping up about being stuck in a dream, that constantly changes and not being able to escape or awaken from "shudder". Aidan stumbles upon Wyatt, who is a dreamer (dreaming for 11 years and drugged to his eyeballs) thrown out like a piece of garbage, behind a dumps [...]

    2. 3.5 stars - I enjoyed this one and I loved the concept behind it. The beginning and the end were absolutely fabulous, but if I'm completely honest, I found that the story seemed a little too long and drawn out in places. I can't believe I'm saying this since I usually always wish for the books I read to be longer, but this one would definitely have benefited from being a little shorter. Still, I loved Aidan and Wyatt's story and the whole concept of Dreamers and Bondmates. The story was well wri [...]

    3. An intriguing premise, and it started off well. The concept of Dreamers, Wyatt's enslavement to the evil corporation, his near-death and rescue by Aidan and his friends was an engaging introduction to the story. The overall plot was good, and both MCs are appealing and easy to root for.However, the writing had two issues that bothered me: head-hopping point of view, and a tendency to verbosity. Events such as a visit to Aidan's family, a psychedelic dream sequence that took place when Wyatt was [...]

    4. 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 jus [...]

    5. I'm a sucker for a good sci-fi tale and the excerpt for this one promised a fantastic premise and yet failed to deliver. I've seldom been this disappointed in an offering by Dreamspinner. The excerpt is terrific and perhaps that's why the shock was so great when I read further. The POV switches practically every paragraph and the writing is so childishly cliche To sum up, I could only force myself to read the first 100 pages and I could care less about the main characters. The villains have mo [...]

    6. I loved the relationship between Aidan and Wyatt and I loved the story. I had to take away a star because the book was so looooong. I love long stories but if a book is going to be this long I expect it to have substance. There were quite a few scenes that A) could have been made shorter, or B) could have been deleted from the book completely because they contributed nothing to the storyline. Other than useless scenes and things moving slowly in part 3, this was great!

    7. The Dream, Perchance to Live , By Nessa L. Warin, was a great story. A few useless scences in part three, we could have done without, other then that, I really enjoyed the concept of the book. The story altogether was a little long and drawn out at times, but over all a great book to read. I would recommend this to my friends to read.

    8. I thought this was a great read. Such an interesting concept, with the dreamers and the dreamscape.Well written, Nessa. I'll look forward to finding some more of your work.The cover is lovely too, it's by L.C. Chase. Thoroughly recommended to sci-fi and fantasy lovers especially, but a great read for anyone imo.

    9. I love this book. It was a great read from start to finish. It had my on the edge of my seat by the end. I love all the Characters, especially Wyatt. After all that happen to him he still care about people. Brianne and Hunter they were just the right amount of comedy relief when the book got to tense.

    10. The first third or so was really good, but then the story got increasingly ridiculous and repetitive as it went along. The pacing was also off. Some plot points were dragged out beyond all reason, while others that should have been significant were wrapped up "off screen" in less than a sentence.

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