Sunny Elms is a refuge for those in need of permanent psychiatric counseling. Joe (a bright, if not socially gifted young man) had his first day. He signed the standard admission papers, took the usual tour, and woke up to see the end of the world.
Or maybe he didn't.
You see, Joe can't seem to figure out if his visions are predictions of the future, or the result of mental illness. But he is part of Sunny Elms now. The choice is no longer his to make.
Joe's visions begin to grow stronger, and a dark vision of a split-faced monster begins to haunt him. Gerald, a old inhabitant of Sunny Elms is forced to meet this monster face to face. He escapes with his life, but little else.
Two people search for different things. Joe, a way to escape this hallucinations. Gerald, a way to find his.
The review of this Book prepared by Josh Farkas