James, an insomniac, has dreams. Not the regular, nightly dreams, no, but day dreams. And the dreams he sees are not of fantasy. Murder. Gruesome, bloody, and downright vicious murder. Those are the dreams he has. Adding a bit more of insanity, these dreams are predictions. They always come true. These "dreams", these visions, are triggered by sunlight (or very bright artificial light) and mirrors. So James' life is simple: see no light, see no mirrors, see no visions. However, one day, Jame's solitary life is thrown into chaos as the only thing that matters to him, his little sister Katlynn, is murdered. Determined to find and kill Katlynn's murderer, James frames himself to keep the police busy, and embarks to find the woman that ended his sister's life. Enter Rachel Songbird. She's the new cop in town, and she's determined to stop James. But soon, James' fight for Katlynn becomes a fight for his life as he struggles to find the killer that wants to end him.