It's not easy being a teenager and Mike, a sixteen-year-old, has it espcially hard. He lives in the sticks with his mother, a non-stop nagger, in Faintville, a Canadian timber industry town. He has no father, no friends, not even a favorite meal. Basically, his sole wish is simply to vanish from the face of the earth. One day, Mike writes his own obituary and shoots himself. To his great disappointment he wakes up the in the local hospital. During a routine examination, the doctors discover a plum-sized tumor in his brain. Mike can scarcely believe his luck and keeps the illness to himself to avoid undergoing surgery that would save him. Staring death directly in the eyes, however, changes Mike's point of view and he re-evaluates his opinion of both enchanting and crazy Miranda. Somebody seems to understand him after all.
It's difficult being an adolescent and Scott, a sixteen-year-old, has it espcially hard. He lives in the stays along with his mom, a non-stop nagger, in Faintville, a Canadian wood business town. He has no father, no buddies, not really a popular meal. Generally, his only hope is only to disappear from the facial skin of the earth. One day, Henry produces their own obituary and launches himself. To his good frustration he wakes up the in the area hospital. During a schedule examination, the medical practioners discover a plum-sized tumor in his brain. Robert may hardly feel his fortune and keeps the illness to himself to avoid considering surgery that could save your self him. Staring death directly in the eyes, however, improvements Mike's perspective and he re-evaluates his view of equally marvelous and crazy Miranda. Some one looks to know him following all.