Being different can be construed a million ways.
One of the million, being a freak.
Alex is often judged as different, and a freak, not because of his exterior, but because of his ability on the inside to read other people's minds.
Along with the downside of his ability, which leads him to innocently expose the truth of his father's betrayal, comes misfortune and the inevitable life lessons brought by being different.
Everything changes when Alex's father leaves his family without any explanation.
Alex loses his father, his friends and home.
However, in his world filled with guilt, pain and unfairness, he still finds love within his sister, his mother and his best friends.
This is only one of the many life stories, each as ordinary and extraordinary as every other.
Everyone makes mistakes, struggles, rejoices, embraces, grieves, forgives, and seeks love in life.
So, does Alex?