A drama in two acts, Bloodlines centers upon a traditional farm family in Iowa, several years in the future. The climate has changed, and though they struggle to maintain the centuries-old family home and traditions associated with rural life, a recent tragedy and the complications of their altered world wear at them. Storms, dry wells, and threats from the local water municipality pressure the family. When the daughter of the household stumbles upon unknown wildlife, she soon discovers mysteries and secrets that just might be the thing that can save the family farm, but at what cost? A look at conventional values in an increasingly unconventional world, Bloodlines examines ideas about identity, sustainability, eternity, and faith.
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List of illustrations -- Preface -- Cast information -- Text of Bloodlines