The Greatest Generation fought a war on foreign soil with tanks and bullets. The lost generations of the turn of the millennium have no defined enemy to fight. Their war has become survival on the battlefields of their hometowns. Their enemy has no face. It is the sex, drugs, and violence of the adult world they are presented. Brian Crombeen is a normal, everyday, eighteen-year-old high school senior. He spends most of his day dreaming about girls, neglecting his homework, and contemplating the reality of cartoon characters with his baseball buddies. His life was rather ordinary until one weekend in May. Two days find him bloody, beaten, depressed, and wondering whether the government has singled him out for experimental torture. His normally happy thoughts turn dark and turbulent, leaving him with one question- Can he ride out the Storm?