When Solomon Stephens finds a timeworn family Bible hidden in his daughter’s closet, he realizes she has been carrying on his family's dangerous but long forgotten practice of folk healing. Now, as treatments fail to combat the lethal disease Natalie inherited from a neighbor, Solomon’s last hope is to travel to a nursing home in Chillicothe, Ohio. There he finds 120-year-old Rose Wesley. Near death herself, she reveals the secrets contained within the centuries old book. But it’s still not enough. The young widower, wounded by tragedy, loved ones, and the church, can’t heal his dying daughter until he first heals himself.
This is a description of the plot.
Since, cruelly, I don't care about any of these people, I mutter "so what" and send it back to you.
Bring us into the character's lives: Solomon Stephens discovers his daugher BadGirl has been been practing folk healing. Her failute to cure a lethal disease means...what? Are the villagers going to stone her? burn down the house? put her/him/you on JackKevorkian's mailing list?
and what does "wounded by tragedy, loved ones, and the church" have to do with any of this??