He wakes up.
She kills him.
It won’t stop happening.
On a dark and stormy night, Seth wakes up—only to be murdered by his own wife. Then he wakes up and she does it again. And again. And again.
He’s stuck in a loop that nobody else knows about. It’s not just a bad dream—and no amount of pleading, reasoning, or fighting with her makes a difference.
It all ends the same way. Every single time.
Seth doesn’t know why she wants him dead, but he’ll have to learn. He’ll have to find out what’s really happening and why—if he wants to figure out how to stop it. And for that, he’ll have to experiment.
To die over and over and over, learn as much as he can each time, and collect the pieces of this terrifying puzzle.
He will not accept defeat. He already knows what happens when he fails, and having it happen for eternity is not an option.