Everyone has a reaper. The further away it is, the longer you have left to live. Every day it inches closer, but it’s always there.
When you’re born, your reaper is far away. From that moment. it starts to move closer. Sometimes it’s slow, not even an inch over the years. Sometimes you look up, and it’s standing face to face with you.
The things you do can affect how quickly it moves. Your cousin confessed that his reaper started moving faster the day he first smoked a cigarette. Drunks report getting behind the wheel of their cars only to see their reaper sitting beside them.
They say you never touch your reaper until the day you die.
Your reaper disappeared about three weeks ago, and now you have to find him.