Marguerite's a shy twentysomething working hard to keep up appearances in her "normal" adult life. But something's been off for a while: everyday noise assaults her senses, constant coworker chatter works her nerves, and her clueless boyfriend makes her feel like she's imagining it all. After a failed road trip ends in disaster, Marguerite finally searches for answers: Why is she so sensitive to everything? Why can't she just make small talk? Why does she feel like she isn't enough? A miraculous thing happens: Marguerite is diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, embarking her on a three-year journey of acceptance and self-love. Finally living by her own rules, she asks the real question: Why doesn't the world understand autistic people?