This evocative story of boundaries, water and time chronicles thirty years in the lives of the Anderson family. Rose, her sons Ray and Luke, and her granddaughter Aurora take the reader from Minnesota to Ontario and Vietnam, from Lake of the Woods to an Ice Age glacier and a floating island. Donovan has created a remarkable story of journey and discovery.
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