Andrew, a twenty-six year old literature graduate has been through more drama than many his age. From suffering obesity, to arthritis, and then anorexia after drastic attempts to lose body fat, Andrew grows more conscious of his body. He shields himself from the rest of the world in a reserved cabin tucked away in a small town where he dwells in solitude and self pity. But things can't stay the same forever and Andrew's carefully planned out walls fall around him with the arrival of his Uncle's fiancee's son Ethan.
But Ethan will more than disrupt Andrew's 'perfect' life. He'll also teach him the sole act of acceptance.
\"I can\'t,\" I sighed, resting my head on the table. Ethel had been trying to convince me into showing up for the convention, and she was becoming more and more frustrated with my refusals.
\"I can\'t believe this! Andrew, this is the third year in a row, you just have to come! \" Ethel pointed out in……