As Libby investigates her family's death to exonerate her own guilt, she unravels some unbelievable reveals.
Best intentions go horribly wrong.
Dreams and plans are misinterpreted.
Greed and fear create lies.
Actions do have consequences and when all these things conspire willing and unknowingly, it creates an amalgam of events that ends up in tragedy. A tragedy that doesn't really get justice because when it's all said and done, there's no bringing back the dead.
This was not an easy read.
This does not contain a happy ending nor a satisfying conclusion.
This was something that was hard to get through but admittedly, was compelling nonetheless.