Names for Nothingness
In her final year at school, Caitlin meets Fraser, a Satya Deva devotee. She gives up everything to be with him and follow his faith. She pursues a path that involves denying the person she once was and the people she once loved. But when her mother hears that Caitlin has a child, she takes matters into her own hands....
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