Newly single, 35, and bored with his work, Jesse Fisher stresses that his greatest days are behind him. Be that as it may, regardless of the amount he covers his head in a book, life continues to pull Jesse back. At the point when his beloved school educator welcomes him to grounds to talk at his retirement supper, Jesse seizes the opportunity. He is ready for the sentimentality of the feasting corridors and apartments, the gatherings and verse courses; what he doesn’t see coming is Zibby – an excellent, bright, old style music-cherishing sophomore. Zibby stirs unnerving, invigorating, long-torpid sensations of probability and association that Jesse thought he had covered forever.