It was the perfect place to commit suicide. Serene. Isolated. But some preparations had to be made. There was the matter of writing The Note. A task made difficult for the young poet who rented the house in the forest. Under the fog of morphine, he struggles to write; and as the morning shifts into early afternoon, strange things occur in his surroundings. Though frightened, he still wants to kill himself with the remaining pills. But as he struggles to put his final thoughts on paper, certain forces within the house seem to have their own grim agenda. From the author of An Ibis and the Sun, The Note is a chilling tale of life and death.