In rural Kansas four teenagers transcend what it means to be disenchanted with their world. Artists that cannot take credit for their work. A transcendentalist, a wood worker, a mathematical genius, and a pyro; they go out into the night to create while the world watches. One field of rye after another is destroyed to make beautiful. All they leave behind are Crop Circles.
Fiction: General - Rated: T - English - Drama - Chapters: 12 - Words: 22,028 - Reviews: 17 - Updated: 3-5-13 - Published: 12-26-12