Apparently, Einstein Can Sing
Alycia Michaelson is a 14 year old girl. By definition, she's a genius. She has one of the highest IQ's ever recorded, she graduated high school when she was 11 years old and is about to graduate college. She still goes to a high school because, you know, her parents want her to seem normal.
She's not normal and everyone knows it. They call her Einstein behind her back and laugh at her when she's not there. There's only one thing that keeps her sane. Music. Ever since she was young, singing and writing music calmed her and she was always able to forget about how much of a freak she really is.
Jason grey is an 18 year old boy. By definition, he's an asshole. One of eight kids, seven of those boys, he's never stood out. The only reason he was still in high school was because he wanted to get out of town as soon as humanly possible. And he only sees one way. Music.
He doesn't have many friends. Most of the girls think he's a bad boy, and the rest think he's a dropout waiting to happen. He knows that people place bets on how much longer he'll be in school behind his back, and he doesn't have a single shit to give.
What happens when these two outcasts cross paths? Will their passion for music and their hunger for adventure let them overcome their differences so that they can win one of the biggest singing competitions in the world?
God only knows.
WARNING: This book contains clichés that may make your heart melt or your eyes roll and a boy that may cause excessive drooling, dreamily sighing, and the urge to search eBay for one exactly like him.