Homer Aldrich Winthrop was a neurologist who died of a neurological
illness. That's all Homer Jr.'s mother will say about his father,
who died when he was 2, and any prodding for details results in
silence, evasion, or sudden migraine headaches. So by age 12,
Homer's given up asking.
But on an unexpected trip to Maine, Homer finds himself, for the
first time, in a place where his father had lived. In this one tiny
coastal village there must be millions of facts about his father.
Now, Homer must face his biggest fear -- maybe there's a reason his
father is such a secret. Maybe there are things he really doesn't
want to know.
Still, Maine gives him courage. There's something about the
people he meets and the breadth of the sky that convinces Homer to
search for the truth -- to solve the mystery of his own life.
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