Loneliness, guilt, disembodied voices, and late-night secrets.... What does it mean to be unfaithful? Benjamin Becker always seemed to live in his father’s shadow. He was never able to please the man...not in his career choice and not in his long-haired and tattooed appearance. So, when his parents divorced—was it because of him? Had he caused his family’s fracture? As an only child, Ben had entertained a voice in his head—one that had actually grown stronger with time, the death of his parents, and his inheritance of the upstate New York estate. But when Ben returns home to the Adirondacks, he finds more than death certificates and last requests. He finds an unflinching—even metaphysical—retrospective into failed relationships. A brutal honesty about his own marriage and extramarital entanglement. He also finds he isn’t alone.