The year is 2014. Dylan Gibson is 16 and knows there is something unusual about him, but he doesn't know what - aside from his fascination for things like insects, opera, old Japanese sci-fi movies, playing the didgeridoo, and the Loch Ness monster. After being dumped by his girlfriend, Caroline, who thinks he's too strange, Dylan meets Robyn, who's something of an outcast herself. Dylan's father works for a big drug company, and his mom, a former geneticist, dropped out of research after a mysterious event. When Dylan discovers a mysterious photograph of himself at a younger age, he starts to suspect that there may be more to his identity crisis than he realized. With Robyn's help, he begins to investigate the mystery that is his own life.
Lesley Choyce is one of Canada's most prolific authors. A resident of Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia, he has published more than 50 works of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. His previous YA fiction includes Shoulder the Sky, winner of the Ann Connor Brimer Award, and Smoke and Mirrors, shortlisted for the CLA Young Adult Canadian Book Award.