At Crystal High’s Winter Formal, Oona Antunes splits in two. A disembodied part of her watches as she wanders away from the school and lies down in the cold to die.
But she doesn’t die.
When she’s sent to a Native American school to recover from her suicide attempt, Oona discovers that the roots of her problems go beyond herself. If she is to become whole again, she will not be able to do it alone.
The View from Who I Was is a soul-wrenching story of tragedy, healing, and the painful wounds that are passed down through the generations.