Hannah: I didn't even have periods two years ago, and now I'm probably pregnant. When did I forget how to be a child?
Trilby: My mom thinks I should go visit Hannah, and she calls the hospital about visiting hours, but Hannah can't see anyone. I'm relieved. I don't know what I'd say to her. . . . What is it like to have sex? What is it like to be pregnant?
Roman: I know why I'm mad. I want to hold the baby too. I want to be his uncle.
When she finds out she's pregnant at age fifteen, Hannah Ziebarth believes she will be all right. She will start a family with Milo, and the three of them will live happily ever after. Then reality hits hard.
Louise Plummer tells Hannah's powerful story from three perspectives in this tale of loss, recovery, and self-discovery.