This book was thoughtfully and beautifully written. It will leave you at the edge of your seat. I couldn’t put this book down. It brought tears to my eyes and made me want to strength my relationship with God. It will also leave you questioning humanity, but will challenge you to trust in our living God. I can’t say enough good things about this book. A must read – Amazon Review
Paul and Jane Clark live the ideal life. Working together roasting coffee and running a small bakery along with raising their five-year-old daughter Lailey, they thought they had it all. On a day like any other, Paul dropped his daughter off at school and headed to work.
Tragedy struck the small town of Griddylock when a mass shooting took out the small towns only kindergarten class. There were no survivors. As the Clarks learn to cope with the loss of a child, they cling to the hem of Jesus and try their best to hold each other up.
But what if the children hadn’t been killed but taken? Lailey and the other nineteen children have been taken to the Imaginarium where Lailey does all she can do to escape the walls that continue to close in around her.
Will she escape and make it back into the loving arms of her parents? Will the parents of Griddylock ever learn the truth and search for their missing children? Or will the Imaginarium claim it’s next class of innocent children who are desperately searching for a hero.