“It’s the hope that’ll kill you.”

Seventeen year old Joe have not seen his brother Ed in ten years. Ed is in prison on death row and his execution date has been set. Joe travels down to Texas alone to visit him. This could be the brothers last chance to spend some time together. Even if it is just one hour a day.     

This is an intense, gripping story about grief, forgiveness and saying goodbye. 

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Review by: Julia Åhl Kunto Monday, March 18, 2019