Imagine your life is so lonely, a computer is your only friend. Imagine your life is so miserable, the only thing you get out of bed for in the morning is the possibility of something considered impossible and laughable by the world. Combine that with a face so horribly disfigured from congenital birth defects, it makes most people stare, point and whisper. Add an adoptive mother who hates you and wants you gone, and non-biological siblings filled with selfish indifference. Then include abandonment by the only person who wanted to adopt you in the first place, your father. Ridiculed and gawked at by the world, rejected by everyone for anything more than casual acquaintance, treated to kindness only out of charitable pity. Then throw in hallucinations that lead you to believe you may have actually gone insane. If these were the circumstances of your existence, what would you do? Come and follow Diego, as he discovers the secret to the miraculous thing most human beings take for granted, then uses it to ease his anguished solitude. Meet Gabe, whose easy, hedonistic life is the complete opposite of Diego's in every way.
Introduce yourself to Oz, the no-nonsense atheist who becomes obsessed by a painful moment in his young life. Then find out why the three of them together are necessary to accomplish the greatest of goals. What does Absolute Infinity have to do with anything that might effect your life some day? If you live long enough into the current century, you will have the answer.