Tybalt Nielson is lost – Lost in his own mind.
But how did he end up here? In this cold white room? God he hates this room.
He’s a prisoner now.
A prisoner to court-ordered psychiatric care under the supervision of Dr. Christopher Cohen, a man who constantly questions.
His only escape from this world is by trying to start a normal life again at home with his wife – Juliet.
She, however, isn’t one to talk much anymore.
Thankfully, he still has CHARLIE, his very own artificial intelligence and perhaps his only remaining friend, one of the few things in Tybalt’s life that still brings him any joy.
But how did it come to this?
It was all because of that one moment. The moment that changed his life forever. It haunts him everyday now, tortures him, a darkness on his very soul.
Luckily, he’s finally ready for change.
He’s ready to find closure to it all – freedom – but to do so, Tybalt must face a lot of truths and the one thing he’s denied for far too long – the reality of his past.
He just has to talk about it first.