Wendy is trans woman living in Winnipeg who, while attending her Mennonite grandmother's funeral, learns that her late grandfather may have also been trans, forcing Wendy to grapple with her family history and what it might mean for her.
How do we think about our past when it juxtaposes our present beyond recognition? What will it cost us to confront it? To ignore it? To move on? This novel aches and groans as Wendy reluctantly confronts these questions, and is uncertain about paying their price.