When he was 13, Julienne accidentally killed his best friend's father in self-defense. Fueled by the stigma surrounding his siren-like species, the courts imprisoned him until, years later, his estranged best friend has managed to negotiate his acquittal.
Greatly changed by their lives apart, she invites him into a world outside the small-town terrors of their adolescence, where even a hydrophin raised in self-loathing may learn to be free.
But isn't it too late to start over?
JULIENNE is a story of first days, of letting go of the narratives that bind us, and of healing as the sum of a thousand small things.