This mother-daughter team of authors took their own personal tragedy and created a work of art. - V.K. Albuquerque, NM
After surviving a real workplace shooting, the authors were able to weave their own stories into the stories of four fictional characters. I couldn't tell where reality stopped and fiction began. L.T. Chicago, IL
Ruby is 13 when her mother survives a horrific workplace shooting targeting Jews. A year later, she enters therapy and is assigned the task of writing an Alphabetical Journal. As Ruby struggles through the alphabet, Hailey, her therapist's daughter struggles through life. Both Ruby and Hailey attempt to face their fears through writing as their mothers face demons of their own.
Aftermath takes the reader through tragedy, loss and healing. Two voices. Four stories. One book.