"Until healed, trauma lives within us. It stops time, locking us in painful memories, bound to repeat complicated scenarios in order to understand, to “master” the traumatic moment. Much like our unconscious, within Nubia’s novella, we find the complexity of trauma, the shards of painful emotions, informing the way we understand and see the world. Beautifully written, the power of the story is found in the eloquence of the writer who allows her characters to be more than victims, to be complex, alive and ultimately to tell their stories.”
Silvia M. Dutchevici, MA, LCSW, President & Founder, Critical Therapy Center
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Time is running out to keep Quentin alive…
Eva wakes up and finds herself in a 1920s lounge with four strangers. One by one, each is mysteriously pulled back in time by an invisible force to keep an unknown boy named Quentin alive. Without a sense of time and no way out, the group becomes entangled in a life or death situation. Tension increases while they piece together a puzzle that reveals more than just a complicated boyhood. Ultimately, each stranger has a secret that creates more unity than they could have imagined.
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