Waking up on wet asphalt covered in blood, Simone knows she should’ve died. Her recovery, lonely and painful, doesn’t feel like the miracle others are making it out to be. Every time she walks into a room, something bad happens. People are getting hurt. People are dying. She’s in their space. Simone is convinced the only way to set things right, is to do what she should have done in the first place and … die.