Synatropia is an experimental narrative about synesthesia. Synesthesia is when senses are crossed in the brain. Those effected talk about being able to taste color, see sounds, and remember everything. The protagonist Sarah suffers from Time-Space synesthesia, which causes her to not only remember everything in her entire life, but experience those memories as if she were actually there. Her struggle to stay in the present while reliving the past presents a difficult challenge when her mind attempts to remember the one memory lost.