In 1971 Cate hitchhiked to California with two friends and caught a bad ride — a ride that nearly cost them their lives. In the years that followed, life would push her to unravel the patterns that led up to that fateful journey, and those that came after. Using dream and vision as guides, accessing the untamed wilderness of innermost landscapes, this book explores the relationship between violence and the permeable nature of time and reality.
Uncharted brings a candid lens to the relentless impacts of family, history and seemingly insurmountable odds. As her life moves through repeating patterns of exposure and numinous circumstance, Cate seeks keys to release the dark hand of the past that has gripped her family for generations. This story cuts along the restless territory of youth, the ground of loss and the meaning of love and second chances.