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Eleven-year-old Callen Norgaard grew up as a member of the True Word Brethren, a racist cult teaching intolerance and hateóuntil the night a devastating fire kills her mother and puts her in the custody of the FBI. Callen is taken to a ranch for abused horses in Bone Lake, California, owned by her uncle Eli. Separated from everything familiar, Callen remains defiantly silent, and only her heartbreaking cries in the night reveal her hope that her mother is still alive. As Eli and his wife Isabella try to teach Callen that life isn't all black and white, they make progress, but they need timeóand with the cultís assassins closing in to prevent Callen from revealing information that could destroy them, thatís the one thing they donít have. Callen faces a crossroads: remain loyal to the Brethren and their ruthless beliefs, or stay at Bone Lake and have a chance at a new lifeóeven if it means risking the lives of those she's come to love. Explicit subject matter.
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