Ned Cargill has a few problems, t the least of which is that he's dead. And being dead is making it awfully difficult for him to provide the excellent advice and guidance he neglected to dispense in life. Brothers, friends, his three daughters from his one-and-a-half marriages - he has something important to tell each of them. However, Ned is finding that the living can be incredibly dense where messages from the dear departed are concerned. Especially his second daughter, Molly, a drifter and dreamer who has never needed her father as she needs him w. For Ned's passing has precipitated a crisis in Molly's psyche, turning her unconscious into a battleground between secrets from her past and the yearning for resolution that is her only hope for future happiness. Estranged from her father in life, Molly rejects his overtures w, believing this estrangement is the root of the pervasive anger that has dogged and shadowed her. But she is wrong, very wrong, as her dreams try repeatedly to show her. On her own, Molly will never be able to unravel the mystery of her sorrow. Her father could have helped her when he was alive, but he didn't. Now he's dead, and death is the end of second chances. Or is it? Slip on your brightest socks, lace up your flashiest sneakers, and prepare to take a walk with some wounded, some edgy, some eccentric, some several souls.