On a startlingly bright autumn night in 2006, Harper Regan walks away from her home, her husband and daughter, and keeps walking. She tells nobody that she is going. She tells nobody where she is going. She puts everything she ever built at risk. For two lost days and nights, until it looks as though her entire life might unravel, she doesn’t turn back.
Harper meets several men – by a canal, in a pub, in a hotel room by arrangement. It is a violent, comic, heart-breaking odyssey that strains towards truth but finds acceptance is more important and unveils the dark and secret heart of Harper’s family life.
Emotionally heightened revival that shows potential but plays too much like a soap opera