Alexandra is a brilliant scientist and although she was raised in a loving home, she often thinks about her birth mother, and why she left. Her father and stepmother encourage, sometimes only tolerating, her curiosity in science, developing a wide range of skills and abstract thought, which always come back to time-travel. The mysteries that Alex set forth secretly to discover turned into an obsession with her family life and career seemingly always taking a backseat. Now, with her life crumbling in front of her, Alex has to risk everything, including the stability of time itself, to fight through space and time. Testing her device, which she calls BOB, she travels back in time to get answers about her life. Her past, she learns is more complete than she thought with enemies in plain sight. The actions planned were based on the variables that were known to her in the future but now, with more information she must decide to continue on or to abandon the mission. The Mandela Effect, a byproduct of diverging timelines she struggles to keep her sanity. With glimmers of alternate pasts, presents, and futures filling her mind, Alex struggles to know what is true here or in some other place or time. With detectives investigating the deaths of those around her and her ex-husband looking to steal her life’s work, she risks everything to protect what is rightfully hers. Her daughter, Veronica, and BOB.