"With impeccable prose, Treat writes spare scenes and uses them to great effect: the simple present is laden with the weight of the past and the weight of the future." —Chael Needle, A&U Magazine
Bill, a young gay man living in California, returns to Boston in the summer of 1987 to visit his old college roommate and briefly lover, David. He, David, and their buddy Lou drive to Provincetown for a week's gay vacation, where the old ties of friendship among them deepen. But their good time is threatened by increasingly volatile personalities and a growing AIDS epidemic encircling them in an ever tighter grasp.