Teenager Conor Kelman starts high school determined to make new friends... the type that set good examples.
A small group of students with their own brand of bizarre behavior welcomes him. He's taken on a roller coaster of tragedy watching life from the outside. Parties and sex doesn't satisfy the hunger that burns and gnaws his inside. He questions the friends loyalty realizing that the only thing they have in common is not fitting-in.
The second book of Paul Keene's Running Nowhere series reads like a run-away train asplot twists, and quirky characters bring laughter and tears sure to warm your heart.