I close my AP Calculus book and place it into my black, Jansport book bag. I close my calculator and place that, too, carefully into the calculator slot. Inserting my pens and my pencils, I slide the silver zipper around my bag to close it.
I'm in my bathroom. I stare at my face. My ocean blue eyes. My dirty blonde hair. My tan skin (acquired from this summer in Cabo, Mexico). I splash water on my face.
My heart's starting to beat faster. It always does at this time. I try to control my breathing as I continue to organize the already organized room. I feel my eyelids beginning to droop.
My heart beat slows. I crawl into my bed and pull the covers tightly around me, caging my body so it couldn't flee. I breathe out of my mouth as my lids droop down, down, down.
Everything goes black. Cameron is suffering from "schizophrenia"—or so they thought. By day he's a regular boy with good grades and many friends, but come 6:59 p.m., he becomes a whole different person: Cam. He's now a part of a group of powerful, supernatural human beings called the Gray Eyes, forced to do dangerous missions and answer to the king of all Gray Eyes. Fortunately, Cam can only make his appearance after 7:00 p.m. But, unfortunately, both sides of this one body have their friends, families and their love, Olive Ramos, completely confused. A confusion that could not only damage relationships, ruin lives, and drive others mad, but could also get them killed.