“Some say that beginnings are the most important. Others say that how we end things is what matters most. In truth, it is how we handle the part in the middle that counts. Those spaces between everything. It is what you do during the chaos of transition or the stagnation of waiting. It is how you react after you’ve been decimated.
When Kate is struck by lightning, time stops, and she finds herself trapped within the terminal opening of a wormhole. It threatens to destroy her, but instead her life is saved by a mysterious being.
Unbeknownst to both of them, the consequences of her survival will unleash a chain reaction of events. They will lead her beyond time and space; into the depths of consciousness, where reality is only limited by your belief.”