Patience Davis, a twenty-one-year-old literary major, finishing her final year at NYU, decides at the last minute to leave the Big Apple to visit her parents for Christmas break. This is Patience' first time traveling home to the old stomping grounds of her youth since leaving for college. Her destination: Moosehead Island, a sleepy little rock off the coast of Maine, far removed from the rest of New England. As soon as Patience steps off the ferry, a vicious snowstorm unlike any the island has ever seen strikes.
But, the storm is only the beginning.
Trapped inside her childhood home, Patience' boredom becomes too much to bear. In a semi-coherent state induced by the spell of the passing storm, she writes a gruesome horror story. The next day, she wakes with no recollection of it. A strange series of horrific murders starts happening around the island. Patience can't help but draw connections from these real-life murders to the mysteriously penned story; she has no memory of writing.
Feeling responsible for the carnage across the island, Patience is forced to set out and stop whatever evil she has inadvertently released onto her childhood home.
Find out what happens when the light balances the dark.