Do you know who you are?
And who you are meant to become?
One third of kids will go on to the best schools, get the best jobs; essentially, become the pillars of society. The second third will become government employees, teachers, nurses, construction workers, businessmen or -women and live a comfortable and prosperous life.
Trouble will be the only accomplishment of the last third, and they will be subject to the rules of the first two thirds.
Jeremy, a biracial bastard child of a single teenage mother, was quickly labeled as being among the last third in his adolescence. With no friends, money, and a rapidly disintegrating relationship with his mother, Jeremy had little prospects to find a way out of his misery. As his anger climaxes—to the shock of the notorious and terrifying school bully—Jeremy seemingly seals his fate as a member of the last third.
Enter Roy, an eccentric old curmudgeon, who has a fated encounter with Jeremy. As Roy introduces Jeremy to the fantastical world of aviation, an unexpected friendship grows. Can these two misfits find some beacon of hope in each other?
In his story of adversity, growing up, and friendship, author Jonathan Mach presents a tale of life in the face of formidable obstacles and the meaningful relationships that blossom as a result.