Camila is haunted by the death of her sister, Marisol, who was caught by a mudslide during the hurricane. Unable to part with Marisol, Camila carries her through town, past the churchyard, and, eventually, to the supposed utopia of Memoria. Urayoâan,the idealistic,yet troubled cult leader of Memoria, has a vision for this new society, one that in his eyes is peaceful and democratic. The paradise he preaches lures in the young, including Bayfish, a boy on the cusp of manhood, and Morivivi, a woman whose outward toughness belies an inner tenderness for her friends. But as the different members of Memoria navigate Urayoâan's fiery rise, they will need to confront his violent authoritarian impulses in order to find a way to reclaim their home.
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