The lone survivor of the Kansas prairie massacre is lost. Lost in her past, lost in her present, and at a loss when it comes to her future. She hasn't done much with her life to this point. Many people donated to assist her after the massacre happened. Only now, the money has run out. When she's approached by a representative of a crime club, she's intrigued but she's wary. Her story has already come out in book form, her book (though she didn't write it), but what is her story? It's hard to know when even she isn't sure. So how is she supposed to find herself? Through revisiting the past... The only way she can do that is to confront the person responsible. What if there's more to the story? This intense drama will take you through the memories of a traumatized little girl. Some of it through self-narration and some in story form. As it transpires, something more is exposed that will change everything. Though this isn't based on a true story, there is something compelling about it. The only reason for the lower score was the amount of obvious errors throughout, if you pay attention, you can't miss them. An interesting tale from a unique perspective that has a twist you won't expect.