But there might be
another way out, an exit only vaguely grasped at the outer edges of reality. Kevin Harrison knows something, something no one around him will ever believe. And why would they? To them, hes just a mental patient at the Northern Maryland Psychiatric Center for Healing and Recovery, or NOMAD a man catapulted by the tragic loss of his wife and daughter into the darkness of mental illness. But he knows yes, he knows. He knows about The Dream. He knows theres a way out of the daily hell his life has become. To the doctors, nurses, and orderlies who attend to him day to day, with their constrained ideas about the nature of reality, hes sick. But he knows theyre wrong. He knows theres a place, a point at the blurred edge where The Dream meets reality, where he can change everything. Because this reality, this sterile world of pale doors and white halls, is not immutable. He can change it. He can fix it. He can bring them back. Recurrent takes you deep into the tortured mind of Kevin Harrison. Are his doctors right? Is he
ill? Or has he truly grasped something well beyond their limited reach?