‘I love my family. I love them more than what you might call normal…’
Billy is dead, definitely dead. To make sure of it, both his daughters shot him.
As the gun smoke clears, his family can breathe again - but decades of fear do not melt away so easily.
A new life beckons. A better life. A life without black eyes and broken ribs.
A life without a father for a lover. Yet every time they close their eyes, they see him: vengeful and malignant.
Billy is dead. But not gone.
Five Kinds of Silence is an unflinchingly honest and deeply insightful portrait of a family broken by madness and systematic abuse.