The ocean, wide in her bearing and expanding upon everything I can see, churns and twists within herself, creating white frosts and toxic undercurrents designed to take any unsuspecting under its claws.
Aldwin Parker is an outcast in his town, his school, even his home, and he makes an unbelievable mistake by attending his first high school party. (Oh, yes, it's incredibly vague, but the story is better than this I swear.)
In a small town trust is easy to preserve and live by but when a stranger comes to town and a little girl goes missing into the woods and only comes out caked in mud and blood. Does she earn a padded room or compassion?