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On a rainy March day in 1925, a tornado roared through the Midwest, cutting its path into history as the worst tornado in U.S. history. In rural Marah, Illinois, death and destruction ravaged almost every home, but one man survived, untouched by everyone else's tragedy. While others scraped through the ruins of their lives, Paul Graves still had everything: his family, his home, his business. But in the aftermath of the storm, his good fortune became his crisis. Kate Southwood's debut novel about one family's catastrophe after the catastrophe.