At age seventy-five, Sarah thought that her life was settled and assured: she and Charles would live out their days in the quiet comfort of their rural Vermont home. But now, with Charles gone, Sarah is unable to find peace. That is, until her home unforeseeably becomes an unruly refuge for wayward souls. First comes her teenage granddaughter Lottie, who can’t abide living with her mother. She’s soon joined by two similarly displaced young friends; an Israeli soldier who needs a retreat; a young mother and son who’ve lost their home to a fire; and a woman and her infant fleeing a violent partner.
Hannibal Free Public Library – Includes Discussion Questions
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