In 2087, coastal flooding and extreme changes in the weather have turned the United States into a nation of migrants and tent-cities. In this environment, three family groups struggle with their plights and their dreams for the future. They come together from different parts of the nation when they hire illegal traffickers to take them across the border with Canada where they will live as illegal immigrants. Crossing is not an easy task because Canada has established a border wall, both physical and electronic. The wall is constantly patrolled by low-flying drones and satellites. The traffickers take them to a crossing point in remote parts of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana from which they will attempt their crossing. In making the crossing, some are successful and some are not, but even for those who succeed, life is not what they had hoped it to be.
They come together from different parts of the nation when they hire illegal traffickers to take them across the border with Canada where they will live as illegal immigrants.
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J. Stewart Willis (Author)
J. Stewart Willis is a graduate of the United States Military Academy and the graduate school of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He served in Taiwan and later as Signal Officer of the 173rd Airborne Brigade in Vietnam. He spent sixteen years of his army career as a Professor of Physics at the Military Academy. Following retirement from the military, he worked with TRW Inc. as a manager on the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Waste Project at Yucca Mountain in Nevada. He was mayor of the Town of Washington, Virginia (often referred to as Little Washington) for nine years. He lives in Sperryville, Virginia with Charlie, his greyhound/borzoi mix.
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