At once a blend of fantasy, romance, and religion, Lamb’s debut novel takes readers on one woman’s journey to consciousness after a shocking secret of her real identity comes to surface. A lawyer by profession, Jessica has always known she is able to see and talk to the dead. When her mother dies unexpectedly, she learns that her ability to receive the dead is rooted in something otherworldly. Her younger sister Jax’s responsibility is on her shoulders now, and she’s also supposed to carry an otherworldly task involving the Great Spiritual War. Heavily shadowed with the unsettledness of the ethereal, the novel is given weight by its focus on family ties, friendship, love, and human drama. Jessica remains at the center of the story—a sensitive yet resilient woman who more than holds her own in combat with the enemies. Her first-person narrative voice places readers directly in her mind, revealing her inner turmoil. The tension remains high, and the mystery thrives, as further revelations about Mr. Wyatt’s involvement in the Great Spiritual War complicates Jessica’s quest. Lamb wraps up the engaging novel satisfactorily but allows an open ending with a new character introduced, promising an exciting sequel. Blurring the edges between fantasy and supernatural, this engrossing novel makes for a winner.