Kristin Hannah has often explored the perilous terrain of motherhood, but never has navigating that landscape seemed as treacherous as in NIGHT ROAD, her most sophisticated and emotionally intense novel to date.
Jude Farraday loves her two children equally, of course. They're twins who adore each other and share a deep emotional bond. But they're also as different as two siblings can be. Zach is the golden boy at school, the handsome athlete always surrounded by dozens of pretty girls who always gets invited to every party. Mia is the shy wallflower, the aspiring actress who shuns the limelight except when she's playing a character.