'You don't do anything when you die,' Tim argued.
'You're gone. Finito. Kaput. That's the whole point.'
Dean said the same. But as the heat of summer blisters through the country town where his two friends have just died, Nathan becomes a kind of ghost, haunting the places where the Gang of Three used to hang out. It was only 10 years ago that their escalating games of dares and challenges led them to the edge of fear. Does this shared past hold some sort of clue to what has happened now? And what responsibility should Nathan bear? This suspenseful narrative mirrors the fractured state of memory, and moves between past and present while engaging with some of the big issues of our time: the legacies of history, the effects of prejudice, the allure of danger.