What I loved most about this story is that there is a moral to it. Something I really didn’t expect while I was reading. Certain characters that you encounter, you come to find, are struggling with a personal battle whether it’s guilt, shame, anger, etc. What I find to be beautifully rewarding is that each of them come to terms with their personal battle and they let it go. Some people have to pay dearly for their mistakes, but the ones in the book that truly want to be freed from their past come to find that peace. And that’s the best part of all, that you can find that peace for whatever in your past that holds you down.