If Miguel would have known his life could be flipped so far upside down he probably never would have studied science. In another life he likes to imagine that he would have been a teacher, maybe a doctor if he could handle blood, but all those things seemed pointless now that everything was falling apart. When the waves of crippling depression aren't dragging him down he finds himself often drifting through places he shouldn't be. With unnamed mad men on his tail, a too familiar stranger, and his best friend, Miguel must figure out how to bring all his troubles to an end. The only problem is Miguel's not sure he'll live to see that end.