Prepare to mourn a bleak image of the future and to embrace an everlasting hope in Franny’s heroic example.

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Review of ‘Migrations’

Reminiscent of adventurous Arctic tales like Maria Semple’s Where’d You Go, Bernadette and Peter Geye’s Northernmost, Migrations portrays a woman whose tragic life yields profound wisdom.

Abandoned by her mother as a child, Franny struggles with a sense of home but easily identifies with the sea and with birds. She is constantly searching…

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Charlotte McConaghy on climate change and her debut novel, Migrations: “There is still time, and we must have hope.”

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