Nightmares are supposed to stay in the dark
When the Evans’ go on vacation to the Florida Panhandle, everyone hopes it will be exactly the break they need. Harry, the father, was just laid off his job and wants to figure out what to do next — and how to tell his wife about the new situation. Liza, the mother, hopes that her husband will help care more for their fussy baby Joshua so she can finally have a break after six months — and stop resenting her baby. But Aiden, their nine-year-old son, has the greatest troubles of them all. He hasn’t told his parents that he’s been having a recurring nightmare, nor that it’s getting worse — and becoming increasingly real. When a tropical storm traps the Evans’ inside their vacation home, there’s no escape — and the Blight is no longer just a nightmare.