Great Lakes/Great Books is a monthly discussion group of books that have a focus on the Great Lakes or on water in general. Works of fiction, nonfiction, and more are discussed both in-person and virtually. This month’s selection is Off the Grid in the Mostly Magnetic North by Sarah Stonich.
About Off the Grid:
In her search for land to call her own–among tall pines and on a lake–newly single mom Sarah Stonich seeks a sense of permanence, a legacy for her son, and a connection to her heritage. Along the way, Stonich recalls family lore, meets remarkable characters, considers another go at love, and, finally, builds a cabin. But when her precious patch of land is threatened, she discovers that family is no less treasured with or without a piece of earth.