By Anne Bishop
An unique novella from the New York Times bestselling writer of Bridge of Dreams.
In a small village outdoors town of imaginative and prescient, the folk comprehend no sorrow or grief. yet this doubtless idyllic group is hiding a poor secret.
As a tender baby, Nalah didn't understand why she was once instructed to convey a cake to the mute woman often called the Voice every time she used to be dissatisfied, simply that doing so made her believe better.
Now grown, Nalah is familiar with the darkish fact, and yearns to flee from the oppressive village that has been her life-long home.
But it's only after vacationing the town of imaginative and prescient and getting to know the Temple of Sorrow that Nalah knows what she needs to do to be free…