They say you can never go home again, but for sixteen-year-old Megan Blakely this expression takes on an entirely new and personal meaning. After witnessing a traumatic betrayal of trust by her father against her mother, Meg finds herself trapped in the small Midwestern town of her mother's youth in the unwelcoming home of an estranged grandmother. Though desperate to escape isolation and return to her own life, Meg finds herself torn between family loyalty and her own needs, wants, and desires.
DISORDERED recaps the most pivotal summer in a young girl's life. The revelation of devastating secrets, including the reality of a family history of mental illness, will challenge everything she thought she understood about herself and the world around her. This powerful and, at times, disturbing tale of love, loss, and loyalty explores the true meaning of HOME.