You’ve just had to escape from your own home, with the help of a family member.
You’ve had to move into a new rented house in an area where you don’t know anyone.
It’s the first time you’ve been living independently for a few years, but you’re determined to give it a go. After all, you’re 31 years old.
The only help you get is from a care agency and from your mother, because you are paraplegic.
You did expect you would settle in quickly and hoped to be making friends.
However, for four long months, apart from going out with your mum, in her car, you’ve only managed to get to the end of your road by yourself.
You’re living in fear, frightened your old life, the people you call ‘the guards’ are going to find you, return you to the nightmare that nearly cost you your life.
Something has to change…
What would you do? How would you cope?
This is The Single Feather and the story of what Rachel did next.