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Read by the author Dana L. Davis with True Detective actor Tory Kittles voicing God.
She can feel sorry for herself.
Or she can listen… to the voice in her head.
For Indigo Phillips, life has always been about basking in the shadow of her identical twin, Violet—the perfectly dressed, gentle, popular sister. The only problem the girls had in their lives was the occasional chaos that came with being part of the Phillips family brood. But when Violet becomes terminally ill and plans to die on her own terms via medically assisted death, Indigo spirals into desperation in her efforts to cope. That’s when she begins to hear a mysterious voice—a voice claiming to be God. The Voice insists that if she takes Violet to a remote rock formation in the Arizona desert, her sister will live.
Incredibly, Violet agrees to go--if their dysfunctional family tags along for the ride. With all nine members stuffed into a wonky old paratransit bus, including their controlling older sister and distant mother, Indigo must find a way to face insecurities she’s spent a lifetime masking and step up to lead the trip. As she deals with outrageous mishaps, strange lodgings and even stranger folks along the way, Indigo will figure out how to come to terms with her sister, her family…and the voice in her head.
“I’ve got seven days to tell the truth.”
For sixteen-year-old Tiffany Sly, life hasn’t been normal for a while. She lost her mom to cancer, and now she has to leave her hometown of Chicago to live with the father she’s never known. Anthony Stone is a rich man with four other daughters—and rules for every second of the day. Tiffany doesn’t fit into her new luxurious but super-strict home—or get along with her standoffish sister London.
But Tiffany has a secret. Another man claims he’s Tiffany’s real dad—and she has only seven days before he shows up to demand a paternity test. With her life about to fall apart all over again, Tiffany finds herself discovering unexpected truths about her father, her mother and herself, and realizing that maybe family is in the bonds you make—and that life means sometimes taking risks.