After an accident claims her unconventional mother, Val Smith has to live with her boring, reliable father. Grief and change aren't good for anyone, but Val and her dad are doing okay—until they visit a place like paradise.
Harmony Home is safe, secure, and secluded, a place where where everyone belongs to everyone else. For a commune it's pretty okay, at least at first. There are strange things—the metal boxes in the clearing, the Red House where secrets are kept, and little Sarah, who pushes buttons inside people to "make them glow." Val and her dad are honored, temporary guests, at least at first, and it's exciting to be special, to be chosen. By the time Val's uneasy, it's too late.
Even heaven can be a trap, and Val's going to need all her new talents to break free…
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No Reader Unscathed
Some books are difficult to finish. As a reader, I know it. And I imagine it’s also true for authors. This is one of those books. It won’t make you feel good. But when you close the cover, paper or digital, the demons inside might take some of yours with them. Five stars.