Clarissa remembers what happened, but the doctor says her mind can’t be trusted. She doesn’t believe the wreck happened. The physician says they aren’t really memories, just hallucinations. She knows there is more to that night than what they’re telling her.
She wakes in the remote hospital after two months in a physician-induced fugue. The eccentric staff won’t talk to her about the accident. Everyone repeats the same generic story about the night her fiancée died.
She must adapt to the bizarre practices within the Bittersend Medical Clinic, and the repercussions of her prolonged absence from life, to piece together what really happened. The quest takes her far beyond simply reclaiming hidden memories, and deep into a deadly conspiracy. Knowledge doesn’t bring resolution, but may take her life.