Twelve years after the untimely death of her husband, Brea and her 13-year-old son, Noah, are hitting a rough patch.
Noah is keeping secrets just like his dad did. Paul may have died a hero, but did he leave another legacy behind? When Brea discovers a series of instructions, left behind by their kindly neighbor, it could be the opening that brings them together again. But will Noah’s obsession with a mysterious, old newspaper clipping about the Hero of Viborgne derail those efforts?
Following instructions leads them on a trip to Europe to track down their ancestors, and search for answers in Viborgne. Once there, Brea and Noah are forced to confront the past, to deal with the present, as they grapple with what it really means to be a hero.
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