Jessy Tate buries her husband on a chilly day in October 2006. That’s when the nightmares begin again; but this time, the scenery is clear and the fear is real. However, the puzzle pieces in her head make no sense. These vivid flashbacks reflect what her mind has forgotten—a drama starring a childhood friend and a giant banyan tree set in a time in history when little towns kept big secrets.

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