This psychological thriller follows a man named Paul Adams, who left his home town after he was linked to a murder done by a group of teenage boys. Now back to visit his dying mother, it seems like there is a copycat murderer on the loose. I really liked this book, but that being said, it took me a while to get into it. It felt like little bits of information were fed to us bit by bit which was good in the middle and end of the story and good for the overall story plot, but it made the story hard to start. Additionally, the flip flop between Paul's current self's point of you and his past self's point of view was a little confusing, but I really liked Detective Amanda Beck's point of view. There were a lot of very interesting details in this book that I don't commonly see, lucid dreaming being the main one. While I didn't like this book as much as The Whisper Man, it's still a good read!