The true story of nineteen-year-old Jordana Lebowitz’s time in Germany, where she went to witness the trial of Oskar Groening, known as the bookkeeper of Auschwitz, a man charged with being complicit in the death of more than 300,000 Jews.
Ryan, who uses a wheelchair, is at his most confident when he's in the water. When he rescues his schoolmate, Jack, from the water their lives become connected, whether they like it or not. Ryan keeps Jack's secret about that day, but with Jack dogged by rumours about his sexuality at school, Ryan feels that Jack still might need help.
Cat’s life is divided. Before her mom died, she had happiness and purpose. Now, everything seems meaningless. When Cat finds a volunteer program that will send her to South America, she thinks she can escape from her grief. But life as a “voluntourist” is not an escape, and the new people and places Cat meets bring challenges she never expected.
Faith’s story starts before drugs. Before her family falls apart. Before she becomes consumed by the need to “chase the dragon,” the heroin addiction that keeps the Darkness at bay, but leads her to live on the street. The determination to find love and comfort that lures Faith to drugs is the same stubborn force that can drive her to recover.
Francis is a shy 15-year-old when he meets confident, 16-year-old Sawyer. Sparks fly, and Sawyer gets pregnant. Francis has a lot of growing up to do, and it seems like he's being forced to do it all at once. Sawyer decides to give the baby up for adoption, but that’s just the start. Where will they be when it’s time to say good-bye to baby London?