Margaret Collins is your usual antisocial, internet obsessed, teenage recluse with a very shallow circle of friends. Margaret's parent's however are both gardeners, basically living in the outdoors, working in the outdoors and connecting with the outdoors. How two people like that could raise a child shut in her cold, dim room all day with a laptop and potato chips is beyond them.
Finally, Margaret's parents have had enough of her introverted ways and decide to do something about it. During the summer before tenth grade, Margaret's parents decide to send her to a beautiful nature camp with a gorgeous blue lake, glorious mountains, and acres of green forests. The only problem?
NO running water. NO electricity. NO wifi connection.
The only form of PUBLIC communication the campers get to use is located six miles away, only accessible by hike, and is mandatory to travel to once a week. Margaret's parents think this camp is a great opportunity to make some friends, connect with nature like they do, and have more experiences outside of the house.
Margaret's summer will not only be the most unique experience she's ever had in her life, but possibly the best