Grammy-winning pianist Landon Jeffers’s brain cancer has given him only a few years to live. But when he sleeps, the forgotten terrors of his past torment him. When he wakes, shameful memories come rushing back. Desperate for answers, Jeffers discovers that a brain implant intended to treat his cancer is really a device to control him, forcing him to commit terrible crimes. Now he’s being manipulated by an evil crime syndicate and a crooked cop.
What if free will isn’t? What if your every move is predestined? If you kill, are you guilty of murder?
I had a hard time getting into the story. I prefer a bit more character introduction/development versus running right into the plot. If you keep reading, though, it picks up. It’s an interesting concept. Personally, I prefer more emphasis on characters and their connections. If you like suspense novels with lots of unanswered questions, though, you’ll enjoy this book.