Named one of the ‘Books All Young Georgians Should Read’
— Georgia Center For the Book 2014
“The thinking teen’s horror choice of the year”
Four thousand, three hundred and seventeen stitches, his father had told him once.
All the King’s horses and all the King’s men had put Henry Franks back together again.
One year ago, a terrible accident robbed Henry Franks of his mother and his memories. The past sixteen years have vanished. All he has now are scars and a distant father — the only one who can tell Henry who he is.
If he could trust his father.
Can his nightmares — a sweet little girl calling him Daddy, murderous urges, dead bodies — help him remember?
While a serial killer stalks their small Georgia town, Henry unearths the bitter truth behind his mother’s death and the terrifying secrets of his own dark past.
Sometimes the only thing worse than forgetting is remembering.