Treha has a very special gift. She can reach the elderly when no one has heard their voice in months or years. She's considered handicapped, but can somehow get these people to talk. Her boss, Miriam, has allowed a documentary team into the retirement facility to capture the stories of the elderly before they are lost. But as they follow the residents they find Treha. Her story is something that is haunting and mysterious. Soon her story involves everyone around her as secrets are brought into the open.
Several stories were all being told at once. The author did a good job of weaving the stories together and connecting all of the dots without drowning the reader in too many details. The story had a bit of an Erin Brochovich feel as the reader was given clues as to why Treha was different. It is a story of hope and forgiveness all wrapped up in a thought provoking work of fiction. The author had a great style of writing, but I could not get into the story. The characters didn't interest me. But I appreciated the way the author put everything together and enjoyed his style of writing. So I will be checking out his other books.
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