Alison doesn't seem to fit into the stereotype of being a girl and is constantly asked the question: ""Why can't you just be a normal girl?"" Through inner conflicts and confusion, Alison journeys into the definition of what it means to be 'normal'. Accepting the beliefs of significant people in her life, the journey proves challenging when who Alison really is and what she does are at controversy. What is it that makes Alison different to every other girl? How will Alison manage the struggles of being different? And... what does it really mean to be 'normal'?