Tracy Andrews is decidedly not looking forward to senior year.
Senior year leads to graduation, which leads to her three best friends scattering to different colleges, which leads to widespread calamity, probably, and quite possibly total societal collapse. She can't understand why everyone else seems so eager for everything to change.
But the more stubbornly Tracy tries to keep things as they are, the more changes this year throws at her. Her schedule full of language classes gets slashed by budget cuts. Her friends invite a stranger into their group. And the adorable boy she'd prefer to keep at a safe distance keeps smiling shyly at her in a way that gives her the uncomfortable sensation that her head is full of soup.
She's not ready. For any of this. But senior year is ticking down, and if Tracy doesn't find some way to accept the inevitable, she'll miss this final year with the people she cares about the most.