Birds of Passage is set twenty years after the events of Since Tomorrow, Book 1 of The Raincoast Trilogy. Frost’s farm, the setting of that novel, is in severe decline. If a safer site for the farm is not found the few remaining survivors will soon be wiped out by disease. With three companions Frost’s great-grandson Fraser treks northward, desperate to secure a more secure home for his people.
As Fraser and his friends struggle through apocalyptic landscapes natural and man-made they are followed by Fraser’s father Blaine, alcoholic, syphilitic, deranged, but determined in his delusional way to protect his son.
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“... a compelling vision of a ruined society struggling to endure.”