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The loss of her sight has ignited a war between her two best friends.
Thirty-five-year-old, psychologist, Sahel Ohin, spent nearly each day of her childhoodmaking mud cakes with Titus Denning and Carl Pierson. They attended St. Maria’sParish School, Oakland Catholic Prep and graduated Cal Berkeley.Six weeks after an accident rendered her blind Sahel married Titus. Her neurosurgeon,Carl Pierson, insists surgery could restore her sight. The procedure might also kill her.The first night out since her blindness Sahel meets James Bolton, a former San Franciscostockbroker. Though newly acquainted, they converse as if old friends.When during dinner Sahel accidentally knocks over her glass of water and wets hergown, James escorts her out onto the verandah. Against the backdrop of Sahel’s husband,Titus, receiving an award, Surgeon of the Year, inside the ballroom, James asks, “
Do youbelieve...in life after death
?”The winter afternoon that Sahel attempted suicide, a judge sentenced James to lifeimprisonment for murder. His fiancée leapt from the Golden Gate Bridge that sameafternoon.
shows what happens when best friends become adults, and how,among many things, life is but a series of choices, the consequences of which yield adrama that both weaves and unravels the knots binding us to those we cherish, and wholove us.