Aria Silver considers herself relatively lucky - as far as teenagers go. She goes to a good school, has good friends, is on the varsity cheerleading team, and has a family as decent as families get. She's happy and can hardly imagine anything changing. That is, until the week of tequila, the sirens of an ambulance, a new boy, and a funeral. After realizing that life isn't all what it's made up to be sometimes, Aria is left to her own resorts to try to answer some of the worlds longest, burning questions: In a world full of so much despair, how do we find something worth living for? How do we keep fighting, even if we fail to see the silver linings?