Kenny sees people. People that aren't there. But, unlike many paranoid schizophrenics, he's learning to manage his hallucinations in a positive way thanks to his psychiatrist's unconventional techniques. He can almost hold down a regular job, maybe even a relationship.
Then Cassandra shows up. Sensual, smart, seductive — she's quite unlike any delusion he's ever previously manifested.
But she's not just another crazy voice in his head telling him to kill certain people. She tells him that he's already killed certain people.
It sounds preposterous. Until those people start turning up brutally murdered.
Who is Cassandra? A ghost? A demonic force? Or is she the ultimate psychological femme fatale: a broken part of Kenny's own psyche that he's constructed in order block out his own actions — actions too terrible to face?
As death and devastation besiege him, threatening even those he loves most, will Kenny unearth Cassandra's secrets before he goes truly insane?