Raised in the Institution, she has no recollection of the outside world. Tested on, yet given an education for unknown reasons, 736 lives her life in uncertainty and white sterile loneliness.
Her life changes the day a mysterious man infiltrates the working staff and manages to get her alone and out of the Institution's surveillance. She learns that he was sent to break her out, and that her real name was Alula Kader. As if her world wasn't spinning enough, Alula also discovers that she has a twin sister Aviva on a different planet, and that she is the key to Alula's complete freedom and survival in the world.
Mind blowing and incomprehensible, Alula's life as she knows it shatters, confused by the familiar and the unknown. When the mysterious man gives her only a week to escape the institution, Alula decides she wants freedom, but gives second thoughts to this new and seemingly impossible quest.
Escaping to the foreign world, Alula enters the nearby capitol city Torren; a ticking time bomb about to explode into civil uprisings. It becomes the people against the H.E.S.I. Council, believing that the Humans Entering Space Initiative is mistreating the citizens on earth that started it all.
Alula must maneuver through lies, deception, personal agendas, and civil unrest in order to make it to her sister and secure her future.
Will Alula successfully fulfill her destiny? Or fall short and land amongst the debris in the stars?