Under the guardianship of Aunt Margaret; after the death of her parents at age five, Little Ann had suffered through a constantly changing environment before they finally settled in a small town outside Durango. For a time life was happy until she started high school. For many, looking back on high school is a time of nostalgia, but for Ann it held a secret so terrible that she had buried it under years of false memories. But with the help of a seemingly unknown guide, they delve into her past to uncover a long hidden secret that has plagued her since childhood. What will happen when her unknown guide forces her to face a conflict that has caused such heart break? Who will be her savior, as a voice from her past reaches out to guide and save her. And why is the voice so strangely silent as she faces the truth buried in her past? The results will not be what you expect.
About the Author
Hi there Sci Fi fans, my name is Maurice Humphrey. I am a Vermont native, husband, father, grandfather, well over 60, Navy veteran, retired IBM engineer, retired printer repairman, Graduated: Goddard Jr. College, VT Technical College, and Trinity College. Over the years I’ve written technical articles, taught technical classes, and presented at technical conventions. I’ve been reading science fiction for over 50 years now. First books were “Journey to the Centre of the Earth” by Jules Verne and “The Stars Are Ours” by Andre Norton. I’ve read and collected many great stories, and a considerable amount of junk ones as well. I’d say by now that I probably have a good idea of what I consider a good story.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This ending was disappointing. It was almost like the author took his time with all of the book, except for the ending, and then he rushed through it just to get it over with. I did enjoy the story though but it would have been so much better with a different ending.
A good, fast read. I don't know what terrible secret she had buried. She was protected the entire time.