Homeland is a novel about fascism in Manhattan: about people disappearing, and what a network of New Yorkers does and doesn't do about this, twelve activists, who work for an international organization called the Crescent. How do people come together in an organized way in a time of crisis? What can you do that you thought you could never do? What weapons are effective against terror? Do you know who you think you know, when the crisis deepens? Gripping, sexy, timely, and intimate, Homeland is a tour of the whirlwind, and of the sustaining power of various kinds of public and private love.