It's about the aftermath. It's about what happens after a stranger
breaks into a house and attacks a family. It's about the sisters
who must barricade themselves with their mother behind a
splintering door while tethered on the phone to 911. It's about the
father who nearly dies. It's about the son who hides in the
basement. It's about the days, the weeks, the months. After. Told
in alternating brother-sister perspectives, this is a powerful,
moving story about a family that has its faade shattered by a
random act of violence and must deal with everything that is
revealed underneath. As she did in YOU REMIND ME OF YOU, Eireann
Corrigan uses poems to cut to the heart and the bone -- with
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