Caleb Swift knows he's a complex guy. He sees the unimaginable: winged beings, strange creatures other people cannot see. He knows the unknowable: horrifying visions of countless unspeakable futures he feels powerless to prevent. And if that weren’t bad enough, these potent revelations might be driving him insane.
Caleb is doing his best to live a totally uncomplicated life, to ignore the visions of doom that hound him relentlessly. But no matter what he does, one particular vision consistently plagues him—the one with the girl. The girl who may be in mortal danger. The girl only he can save.
Now Caleb has a choice. To ignore his gift, to live the ordinary life he so desperately desires, even if it means allowing his visions to come true...
Or to take action. To interfere. To channel his ability and become extraordinary. And let one girl’s future turn his present completely upside down.
A tragic event. One too many secrets. Past, present and future colliding. And a forewarning that could change the fate of human and inhuman kind.
Caleb has been a wreck since the day he'd seen in his visions—the one he had dreaded for five years—finally arrived. He is learning to accept that some things can't be prevented. He is trying to forgive himself for being unable to change the future and be the hero everyone needed. But, as much as he wants to move on, he can't. He is coming apart at the seams, and losing himself to a black cloud of dejection that is swallowing him whole. While coping with the devastation, Caleb finds there are secrets being kept throughout the Adair household. Everyone has something to hide, including those he trusts the most. The truth could be the only way to make things right again. Or, it could uncover something far, far worse than anything they could have ever imagined. But the truth always finds a way to come out, no matter how protected it is thought to be. Caleb and the others will have to dive deep into their pasts in order to reach a better future. What they find will depend on how fast they are willing to sink.