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Miranda broke with her mother Win years ago but now as the world falls apart, she sets off wit her daughter Emma to the colony of women- Femlandia- her mother founded in the Virginia countryside. It's a harrowing trek (those who live in the DC area will recognize her neighborhood and the route). What she finds is frightening in a way she did not expect. The women seem to be thriving, growing their own food etc, and they are having babies, despite the fact that there are no men. All girl babies. Her old nemesis, Jen, is running the place and she doesn't brook dissent or questions. But Miranda needs to know the truth. There can't really be a world entirely without men, can there? I'm a fan of Dalcher's work for her thoughtful approach to her subject as well as her storytelling style. She makes the reader think. Thanks to netgalley for the ARC. A great read.