Meddling with reality is dangerous.
It's especially dangerous when your enemy has gotten possession of your device and doesn't understand important aspects of it, has removed all safety features--and intends to use it as a weapon.
And when the device itself has its own opinions on what's "harmful" and what's not.
Florrian is traveling with the device that will prove all his scientific theories when a rival organization attempts to steal it. The drastic action he takes can potentially threaten the fabric of reality unless he--or some alternate version of him--or is it her?--can come up with a way to set things right.
I had no idea where this was going at first, and it's a wild ride, but it's a lot of fun.
I bought this audiobook.