"We were all just waiting. Silently waiting."
Austin was never ready for life. It came too fast. Next thing you knew, you were dead. Everyone was just living. And dying. It was mundane. It was a cycle. So, naturally, why wouldn't suicide be an answer? Ida hated life. Life sucked. Nothing ever went right, and there was no point of being there if everyone was so cruel.
Life ticked away at these two. Until one day, they meet on a phone company called DHS. Now, the cogs of fate slowly began to turn at these two, and Ida decides to take her friend, Juliet, to go meet Austin, and his best friend Cliff. Things are out of their control, and they realize it takes the powers of others to discover their dreams and potential. They also discover just how much others can change you. A small creeping question forms: "How far would you go to protect a friend?" The newly formed group finds things they've never heard of before: Love. Friendship. Home. And the realize, that things aren't always as they seem, and evil and death can still creep up on you. Especially when you feel things are finally going right.