Find the blueprint and change it... "I suppose this is the bit where the hero regains consciousness, struggles to focus, and mumbles, 'Where am I?' Except I knew exactly where I was... Liam Creedy has not had the best of times at Patrick Freeman High. Now in his final year, he suffers at the hands of bullies and is rendered unconscious. When he wakes, he finds himself in a strange distortion of school life - the building has no main exit, the classrooms have become work places, the prefects are more like police, and no one ever mentions their parents. Now everything and everyone is in black and white; everyone except Liam and Mr Samson, the boy's aloof and mysterious guide in this nightmare world. Has he slipped into a parallel world? Is he really in a coma lying on a hospital bed? Or is he dead and in some place of limbo? As tension builds and the school moves nearer and nearer to all out war, Samson presses Liam to find the blueprint and change it - only then will he find the way out. Will Hadcroft weaves a tale that dares to confront one's right to be an individual in a world that demands conformity and uniformity. He questions the education system, the roles we are pressured to play in society, and the need to challenge accepted norms before it is too late.