One of the phrases Jason hears a lot is, "It's going to be okay." "Calm down Jason, it's going to be okay." "Sit still Jason, it's going to be okay." "Don't worry Jason, it's going to be okay." But how can it be okay for Jason when he has autism? Almost no other kids talks to him, staying in school for one day without any problems is a big achievement, and even his own parents aren't exactly sure how to treat him sometimes. One of the only times Jason feels like its actually okay is when he's writing on his favorite storyboard website. When he meets Phoenix Bird (her real name is Rebecca), a girl who loves writing as much as he does, online he can't resist becoming friends with her. But when Jason finds out they're going to get a chance to meet each other, he is terrified and does everything he can to stop it. He doesn't know how Rebecca will react when she finds out he's autistic, and he's scared. Why would she be any different than the rest of the girls he's met? How could she be able to see the real him, not just his autism, when they have both grown up in a world so used to normality and he is anything but typical?