Do you dare to be yourself in a school world of sameness? When Milla is sent(enced) to six years in secondary school her unrecognised school-itis gets worse. “It’s a real disease,” Milla insists who has survived early puberty and two uncompleted suicides due to being forced to become who she isn’t. “No, I’m not bullied, sometimes it’s “just” school.” But she can’t let her parents go to prison again. She meets Sky, a homeschooled, disabled boy who self medicates on laughter and Sunny, a girl of unusual origin who insists she’s Milla’s guardian angel. “You’re more powerful than you know,” she says and Milla listens as the animals whose powers she has always been fascinated by suddenly comes to life through her. Together with her Irish twin brother, Torsten, the foursome takes on school in a battle to regain the deeds to their own lives. Will their unusual ideas for new reasons to live be heard? Is school really a monster? Can you flirt with a ghost? Milla has more answers than questions, but that’s a vital part of her life. Will she be allowed to become who she is or made to fall back into line and follow the mass schooling?