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When Aaron Winchell's plane crashes into the ocean, he is washed on a small island in the Pacific. Winchell is the only survivor of the wreck, other than an old-timey voice recorder. In an attempt to keep a level of sanity, the man of mystery begins to record journalistic summaries of his stint on the island. It is his way to fight of the loneliness. ...Except he isn’t alone. The longer Aaron is on the island, the more mysteries he unlocks. Why does he feel like he is being watched? Who are the shadowy humanoid figures he continues to see lurking in the trees? What dark secrets does the island conceal? And the biggest mystery of all--how does Aaron Winchell fit into all of it?
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