The brilliant, provocative new novel from the critically acclaimed author of WANT NOT about a paralyzed young veteran's sudden, mysterious recovery. The last place Private First Class Cameron Harris ever walked was in a field in the Darah Khujz District of Zabul Province, in Afghanistan. For four years now, he's lived with his older sister, Tanya, in their Biloxi, Mississippi, family home - a narrow, half-century-old shotgun-style house that wasn't designed for the turning radius of a wheelchair. One hot August afternoon on their daily trip to the Biz-E-Bee convenience store, as Cameron waits for Tanya, he suddenly and inexplicably stands up. In the aftermath of this "miracle, " Cameron finds himself a celebrity.