How can she fight back when she doubts her own sanity?
When Kendra hears imaginary rats in the attic and a ghost child crying in the night, she fears she’s losing her mind the same way her mother did decades ago.
Inexplicable blackouts, wild imaginings, and puzzling events pile up. Is her mind playing a trick on her? Or is something else happening? Something too horrible to acknowledge much less face.
After being trapped in a corner where her freedom is at stake, Kendra must wrestle inner demons while protecting the child growing inside her. When at last she breaks free of the chains of insanity, a worse fate awaits her.
Those whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad.