When June, a flesh-and-blood illustration of depression, ultimately decides to quit breathing, she settles on drowning herself in a lake. However, with an extraordinary twist of fate, she is resurrected by a boy named Forrest. Captivating, kind, and honest, he offers her the things she's been deprived of the most. As time comes and goes, June begins to understand why she - after long years of doubt - is worthy of life. She begins to see that sometimes, what seems to be the end may be just the beginning.