Ceci accompanies an acquaintance to the Amazon Womyn's Music Festival. Ceci is a young woman and daughter of Holocaust survivors who is slowly edging into lesbian life, so she's totally overwhelmed at first. When the opening night's entertainment is sabotaged, her acquaintance suspects Ceci. Irritated, Ceci sets out to solve the mystery, but gets sidetracked when she meets Trudy, who shares her heritage. The two women begin exploring a relationship, and stumble upon the saboteur. Morris uses her extensive knowledge of women's music festivals to give this tale a rich, loving tone. There are many themes here, and it's unfortunate that the book is so short (134 pages!) because I would love to hear more about everyone featured here. This brevity works against the story on some levels, but overall Morris's style wins out by creating a passionate book of coming out in a sea of naked lesbians at a summer music festival. I wish I could go, too!