A plane disappears over the Atlantic, but after an intense search turns up nothing, the hundred and twelve people aboard are declared dead. Unbeknownst to the outside world, thirteen people survived. After escaping the crashing plane and braving the waters for hours, eleven of them make it to an island. Twenty-seven months later, a plane discovers the survivors. The waiting world is anxious to learn how they lived, but the survivors have secrets they must hide, not only from the media, but from their own families. Will the news media be able to uncover these secrets? Will their families welcome them back? Will the loves and friendships formed in those twenty-seven months last?
by Agnes Alexander
by Agnes Desarthe
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