An argument with members of a local protest group spurs an Ottawa University student to question the narrative around the vax passport. She embarks on a path of inquiry into the corruption surrounding the pandemic. Can she find ways to create a better future for society?
Nineteen-year old Lisa of Ottawa University is thrust into the world of activism. Tensions arise with her boyfriend as she begins to question the new gene therapy mandates.
A new social circle has given her fresh powers of insight . . . she faces off against the QR code restrictions in her city. Yet the deeper she probes into the truth, the deeper she plunges into the lies and corruption surrounding the public mandates.
Can she find a way to create a better future for herself and her community?
She had better act fast . . . with each passing day her world fractures . . . and things are not what they seem.