In the dusk of the middle ages, the hated son Sorren transforms. He is the body thief. Alongside figures of fact and fable, from body to body, he roams the centuries addicted to the rush of identity within.
In the modern era, a methodical IRS agent unearths an age-old chain of transferred wealth, madness, and murder. Over four decades he chases a phantom through the shadows.
Today the two collide.
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