A man with no memory who's loosing his faith. A megalomaniac who's opening a door between worlds.
Medira is a place where progress was purposely stopped in its tracks a century ago. A quaint city, where the population lives in peace and harmony — a city of Gothic architecture and 19th century technology.
William Unger found himself in a Medira hospital 13 years prior, with no memory whatsoever. Now, years later, the head of the Abbey is creating a singularity that draws William into the center of a plan to protect Medira, but may destroy him, and Medira, before he figures out who he is.
Book II in the Memoirs On Being series, Medira picks up with a surprise where Time Ahead left off.