Connor Reynolds arrived at Ohio’s Garfield State University in 2009 a broken-down 18-year oldman. His life torn apart by experiences in jail and the abandonment of his friends, Connorfound an unexpected new best friend in Mike, his roommate who seemed like his polaropposite. Through adversity, the two learned just how much they had in common and becamevery close as Connor overcame his emotional scars, though he still had a debt to pay to hisfriend.In 2013, play time is over.Connor, Mike, and all of their friends are set to graduate from Garfield State in May. Ever themeticulous planner, Connor worked out the next stage of his life well before leaving school: heand Mike were on their way to getting jobs in Cleveland and they had even picked out theirnew apartment. Though this end of an era presented some overwhelming sadness, Connor’snew era was sure to start off with a bang.It sure did. A week after commencement, a bloody and badly-injured Connor laid alone in themiddle of an open field in rural Kentucky.Connor faces the loss of his job and the loss of his friends once again, but more importantly, theloss of his sense of purpose. Life starts passing him by on that fateful day and after a year, hefears he’ll never catch up. It takes a shoe store, tragedy, and a famous poet to inspire him to take a chance and finally make something of himself, but just when Connor starts meeting newpeople and his life is coming back together, old nemeses from his past stand in the way andthreaten to ruin everything.And that debt must still be paid.