It's 1998 and Clara and her parents are staying at the Mount Buffalo Chalet for the Centenary celebrations. This visit couldn't be more different from their last—they were a family of four then. Now they're just three separate people, orbiting around each other while trying to navigate their overwhelming grief.
Without her twin brother, Clara doesn't know who she is. Then she meets a girl who lives within the fern-filled valleys below Mount Buffalo. Clara is surprised to discover the girl is actually Guide Alice, a rebel of her time, an adventurous non-conformist who spent much of her life boldly leading people along rugged trails between granite tors and misty mountain peaks.
When Clara and Alice come face-to-face with danger on the mountain, Clara must rediscover the courage she has always had and become the person she was always meant to be...
Helen founded an award-winning charity and online counselling service, supporting thousands of people with diabetes across the world (for which she was a state finalist in the Australian of the Year Awards). She is an engaging speaker, has been featured on television, radio and in newspapers, and has close to 100,000 followers on social media.