Law student Clay Stevens' life takes a terrible turn. After returning home to Atlanta, Georgia from Malibu, California, he's poisoned and falls off a bridge, then slips into a coma, a childhood world where he's hunted by an unyielding terror. Clay begins to sense that he belongs somewhere else. Only a reclusive, retired psychoanalyst who lives in Clay's neighborhood has an idea of what's stalking him and the true nature of his reality. Left with only an idea of what he must do to survive Clay decides to stop running and fight. Alone with his thoughts ... alone against his hunter, he's forced to face the terror that haunts him. Will he discover the true nature of his reality? Will his assailant be brought to justice? John W. Hurst resides in Atlanta, Georgia with his wife, Heather, and dog, Madeline. Hurst is a graduate of Auburn University and Emory University School of Law. He is a practicing attorney in Atlanta. In his spare time, he enjoys writing, playing sports, hiking, and following Auburn football. (jasbro)
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