Just because she's dead, it doesn't mean that things are over. Not for KJ. Not for anyone. She must navigate the afterlife to her unnamed and unknown destination, relying on her pagan ethics, her grave goods, and the strangers she meets along the way: The Christian who died with her, who shares an afterlife but only wants to find God and Heaven. The knight who has guided this journey for centuries, battling his own doubts as he fights to protect his wards. The lost soul who hungers for things he doesn't understand. Be careful. Just because you're dead, that doesn't mean they can't destroy you. The journey begins with the last breath. Beyond life, beyond love, beyond our last heartbeat, there is a perilous road we all must take. By the author of "Neighbors" and "Thistles and Barley"