Tom Jacobs and his young friend Ryan will unwittingly be the principal witnesses as the afternoon’s events unfold. Tom is currently wrestling with the pressure created by the very high expectation of others for his life as a violinist capable of walking the world concert platforms. He is also smarting from a humiliating experience caused by his new classmate Wendy Fraser, even though they have never spoken.
Wendy Fraser’s world is a dark place—she is a victim of bullying, without love or hope in her life. She is yelling at a God she believes doesn’t love or care and probably even exist; caught up in her despair because she didn’t die in a suspicious car accident in Asia with her best friend, Rachel. Will the criminal gang thought to be behind the crash reach out against her family again, just because her father’s honesty and integrity cost the gang millions?
Juliette and her gang of schoolyard bullies are even now stalking Wendy for the perceived further slights they have imagined during the week, even though they have deliberately targeted Wendy all week.
These three are about to collide violently in a way that will change their lives forever.
How will their response to the unexpected consequences of this collision play out in their lives? What hope is there for their future?