Nate and Annie Forester are faced with every parent’s worst nightmare when their three-year-old daughter, Penelope, is hit by a car right before their eyes. In the aftermath of her death, the distance between them grows. Nate just wants to move on and return to some version of normal, while Annie... more
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Nate and Annie Forester are faced with every parent’s worst nightmare when their three-year-old daughter, Penelope, is hit by a car right before their eyes. In the aftermath of her death, the distance between them grows. Nate just wants to move on and return to some version of normal, while Annie finds herself stuck in the quicksand of her grief.
Josh, 22 years old – third party to the nightmare – was behind the wheel on the fateful day Penny ran into the middle of the street. Unable to stop thinking about Nate and Annie, Josh has started to stalk them, thinking up ways to approach them and apologize. One morning, he is sitting in his car, in front of their house, when he sees Annie leave, suitcase in tow. Hours later, he witnesses Nate in a frenzy of worry. His wife has disappeared and he is left only with a vague note.
Tiny follows the harrowing journeys of Nate, Annie, and Josh―three people unwillingly tied together by tragedy. There is Nate, staying strong on the surface, but slowly losing his mind as he faces the suspicions of Annie’s family and the police in the wake of Annie’s disappearance. There is Annie, attempting to start a secret brand new life in a 100-square-foot house in the middle of nowhere. And there is Josh, who desperately wants forgiveness and, ultimately, finds himself responsible for reuniting the people whose lives he changed forever.
Kim Hooper is the author of People Who Knew Me, hailed as "refreshingly raw and honest" by the Wall Street Journal. Her second novel, Cherry Blossoms, was published by Turner on October 30, 2018. She...more
With heart and depth, Hooper drills to the core of a couple’s unthinkable tragedy, and tackles life’s toughest questions: How do you survive grief? And what’s left when you do? Between the stunning prose, the searing emotional truths and the threads of hope throughout, this book only left me with one question: How is Kim Hooper not a household name already?Colleen Oakley, author of CLOSE ENOUGH TO TOUCH and BEFORE I GO
TINY is the kind of book that touches your heart and changes you in small ways. Kim Hooper's characters are so real, they tell the story themselves. A deeply emotional and beautifully written novel.Anita Hughes, author of ROME IN LOVE