If you could travel to the past, would you? What would you want to see... who would you visit one last time? Would you do things differently?
For Silas Anderson, the answers to those questions are complicated. He soon realizes that the past is a living, breathing thing; that it can be touched and manipulated, poked and prodded.
The past is also fragile, and every action comes at a cost, as Silas will soon understand.