With a rewarding career as a teacher, a near flawless husband, and
the perfect house in the suburbs, 33-year-old Nicky Fowler thought
her whole life was mapped out. When she and her husband experience
fertility issues that lead to a devastating tragedy, their marriage
crumbles and Nicky is left with the inability to cope with her
ever-changed life. Desperate to flee from her current situation,
she accepts a volunteer teaching position at an orphanage in Kenya,
but finds that her new life is more difficult than she was
expecting; drought has forced the country into famine and violence
is everywhere. When she learns that the orphanage director takes
her hatred for the world out on the orphans, Nicky seeks the aid of
her host mother, Mama Bu. Over cups of chai tea, Mama Bu offers
perspective and Nicky realizes she must not only teach the orphans,
she needs to save them. This is a journey that explores the
resilience of the heart, and the determination for finding good in
|Country of origin:
Heather A. Clark
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