Review by Marlene Engel
Junie, Brian, and their four year old daughter, Sarah, recently moved into a new house. But since the move, Sarah has begun to regress … no longer talking and wetting the bed. They have taken her to countless specialists and have yet to receive an actual diagnosis. Stressed out over Sarah, and the fact that it’s put a wedge between her and her husband, Junie also learns of her father’s sudden passing. Not wanting her mother to be alone Junie and Sarah make their way to Pennsylvania to be with her.
But being back in her childhood home brings back flashes of memories for Junie. When she was seven, her best friend (and Brian’s sister), Ellen, went missing. She was never found and there weren’t any leads to her disappearance. So why was Junie all of a sudden seeing disturbing flashes from her past? A past that she can’t even fully remember. She remembers the day that Ellen went missing, but the details surrounding it and the days following it were blank.
As Junie continues to have these flashes, she starts to question the people in her life that she has trusted the most. She begins to ask herself if they had any involvement in Ellen’s disappearance and questions the safety of her daughter and herself. Will the past come back to haunt everyone? And are the people she loves really the people she thought they were? Junie is determined to find out the answers. Even if it threatens to tear apart her family!