After reuniting with his family in England, he grapples with where he belongs. Together with Paula he returns to New Zealand which he had once thought of as a prison.
They dedicate themselves to finding four former child migrants and to helping them discover their families, as Tony had his. All the while clouds of danger and intrigue are thickening. There is a time …
A satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. As others have mentioned, it would be advisable to read the first 2 books before this one or you will get a bit lost! I enjoyed the descriptions of small town life in New Zealand as it changed over the years. Also I found the heart-breaking stories of the child migrants very moving. Barbara Arnold has achieved no mean feat in bringing together all the threads from her first 2 novels and weaving a believable and enjoyable tale.