Love and death, angels and demons, cars and scars, school dances and Armageddon, not exactly the senior year the Ponca City Opossums had anticipated. Set in 1979, ENTROPY, combines dark humor with searing tragedy, telling the epic story of Ponca City High School's 1980 senior class. At the dawn of his senior year, Earnest Graves, a nerdy cartoonist for the high school paper, still suffers from a long-standing, deep unrequited love for a girl called RaLF, one of the school's beautiful people. Jamie Messereli, growing up on the wrong side of town and living on the opposite side of his promiscuous mother's pounding bedroom wall, develops his own crush on RaLF when she tutors him. But their ho-hum lives turn wickedly calamitous after RaLF humiliates Earnest's friend, Ian and he decides hell must be paid. Although born with Down's syndrome, Daniel Davies has progressed far beyond expectations to become one of the school's newspaper's editors, giving many the impression he has been touched by God. However, his partner in journalism, Mary Christmas, the agnostic, unmarried, pregnant, prodigal daughter of one of Ponca City's pastors, just thinks he is touched and gives him her own brand of hell. Daniel's frustration only intensifies when he finds himself infatuated with the wife of Mary's baby's father. Intertwined like a tapestry, these students' lives unravel with unforgettable results.