Psychologist and Pastor Adam Sutterland had answers—for others. He found his higher ground armed with psychological theory and divine wisdom—a gift he tried not to flaunt. Then his wife and child were killed in a car accident, and everything he knew disappeared. Short-winded shock floated him to his bed and dropped him hard onto the back of an incubus on its flight to perdition, before mauling his soul and hanging it back inside him, dead and stinking. Trading hope and reason for denial and delusion, Adam was unable to apply his skills to himself, and he doubted the answers of others. After becoming a mechanical mess of pragmatic thought and cowardly escape, he is finally saved by that which he thought he’d lost forever.