In the bestselling novel True Places: A Novel, author Sonja Yoerg tells the story of a girl. She emerges from the woods. She was ill, starved, and alone. She collapses. Suzanne Blakemore dashes along the Blue Ridge Parkway. She was getting away from her overscheduled yet completely normal life. Then she encounters this girl. As Suzanne rushes her to the hospital, she never imagined how this encounter would change her, a change that she both feared yet desperately needed. Suzanne had a perfect life, with a successful husband, a thriving family, and a picture-perfect house. But beneath the image of her ideal life, comes insecurity of her place in the world. As she discovered the girl, many things were awakened within Suzanne and she can't help but wonder if she was destined to save Iris, or was Iris the one who would save her?
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