This story picks up pretty much where Coma Confidential left off, with Ash recovering from her coma but still suffering from unexplained headaches and feeling that something just isn't right. As her investigations progress, it becomes clear that there's A LOT that isn't right including murder, deceit and identity theft. This book is exactly the kind of complex psycho-drama I've come to expect of Uvi Poznansky. The characters are full blown and full of contradictions and there are more plot twists than switchbacks on an Tibetan mountain side. I loved this story and hope to see a lot more of Ash's adventures.