This is a lovely novel that follows the theme of losing your way, literally and figuratively. Freya (a famous singer) has lost her voice, Harun is hoping to run away with a boy he loves, and Nathaniel arrives in New York after a family tragedy.
The three of them collide in Central Park, and as they get to know each other, they slowly reveal the parts of their past that they haven't been able to confront.
This is told from all three unique perspectives, and most of it takes place within 24 hours of them meeting. Most readers will find themselves connecting with at least one of the characters- a girl that is overburdened by fame, a boy with a conservative religious family, and a boy with no one to help.
The plot is pretty action-packed with all of the events happening within the day, but the real beauty of this book is the message that readers have unique abilities and understandings that can help others find their way.