by Robert Chan
A trusted member of her ultra-Orthodox Jewish community rapes fifteen-year-old Hannah in the back room of a Brooklyn kosher butcher shop. Unwilling to
succumb to her parents’ demand that she blame a homeless black man, she runs away. Alone on unfamiliar New York City streets and armed only with an
indomitable spirit, quirky sense of humor, and unyielding intolerance for hypocrisy and injustice.