It's been fourteen years since Gideon Miller ran away from his Amish community in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania as a boy of sixteen. He is haunted by memories from his childhood, particularly by the event where his father locked a young boy up for a night in a shed for stealing apples from his orchard. Desperate to bring order to his thoughts and life, Gideon incorporates structure and cleanliness into his daily life. His motto is: There is a place for everything and everything has a place. Gideon also spends his time assisting other Amish boys and girls relocate to life in modern America.
A tragedy forces Gideon to return to the town of his youth and face the community he ran away from years ago. Will Gideon be able to give his anger over to God and forgive his father?
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July 22, 2012
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