Stephen has been invisible his entire life, unseen by any eyes, even his own. His father left when he was young, and he’s been on his own in New York City ever since his mother died a year ago. He gets by courtesy of online ordering and the joys of a city where anything can be delivered, his absentee father’s money covering all his needs. It’s a quiet, lonely life.
Elizabeth has just moved into Stephen’s building, along with her workaholic mother and younger brother Laurie. She’s struggling to overcome some old emotional pain, ready to lash out at the world, wanting nothing more than to be left alone so she can pursue her dreams of producing comic books. What she doesn’t expect is to meet a strangely compelling neighbor.
That’s right: For the first time ever in his sixteen years, someone can actually see Stephen. Nothing will ever be the same again.