Charlee Lewis is on the brink of adulthood. In eleven months, he will celebrate his eighteenth birthday and be on his own after spending the last five years in psychiatric hospitals and group homes for kids struggling with mental health disorders. Charlee hopes that the Amos Home will be his last placement before he can be his own boss after years of unfamiliar adults telling him what to do. But what he finds at the Amos Home is far more powerful than Charlee could have imagined. Taunted by memories of life before his mother's tragic death and his painful separation from his siblings, Charlee must decide to challenge his haunting history or flee from encroaching psychological scars. Follow Charlee through life as a teen in residential treatment where mental health diagnoses are standard, tensions are brittle, emotions swim thick, and the future is often uncertain.