Small and secluded, the cave created a haven for those needing a quiet space. Close enough to the roar of the ocean, yet far enough away from its treacherous and relenting attempts to claw you into its depths, it was a space where those who'd been hunted, abused or forgotten, were sheltered in its warmth. Roy found the opening by accident and it provided more than a shelter.
The story relates to many youths in a modern society, where disadvantage, bullying, drugs and homelessness surround the story before its surprising ending.
A must read for schools and parents looking to show there can be life after hardship.