They say "New Yorkers can't sleep in silence." Urban noise runs through our veins, making the silence of nature unbearable. We've lost the most basic, primal connection to our roots, and have evolved into a new kind of human-one that is no longer animal. Our protagonist is running away from a new generation: a tide-pod-eating, social network-driven, technology-dependent society of the future the present. But she has already become a part of that reality. Will nature accept her back?