For the most part, I enjoyed this book. A tragic accident that claims the life of 4 friends. 3 die, 1 just wishes he did, unable to move on. I know that people grieve in different ways, take different amounts of time to move on, what have you, but I think this book would have been better had it been edited for length a bit. How Lucas dealt with his friends' deaths by keeping them close in his dreams was sad, but after 150 pages of it, I found myself skimming rather often throughout the remaining 150 pages. I'm a hurt/comfort junkie and I will gladly read pages upon pages of it, but there has to be some variation at least. The first half was somewhat monotonous and could have been more powerful if it had been a little shorter, I think.Overall, I liked it, but I couldn't read it again.