The walls between Outlands Five and Six have been destroyed, forcing the two to merge into a third, new world. In An Almost Tangent, book two of the Infinite Limits tetralogy, we follow six new points of view and one old as they each deal with unique consequences of that merger.
The owners of Inland face a choice. Would it be more profitable to resegregate Five and Six or to allow the two worlds to continue to intermingle? Lord Walker has his opinion on the matter, and the other members of the Fortune Five have theirs, but in the meantime, they all still have the chaos of riots and protests throughout all the Outlands to deal with.
In Outland One we experience firsthand the life of a protector in training. In Two we follow Tillie, a university student, as she unwittingly joins a protest movement on campus. In Three we meet a no name movie crew, attempting to become famous with their first independent film. While Five and Six bring us one never before introduced character’s point of view and that of an old friend, both to explore life in the poorest worlds—now world—of Outland.
Leaving us with none other than Ansel Server. Having lost her mother to the wrath of the protectors, she’s left only to fight for the life of her father—who was imprisoned by those very same protectors. The Scientist promised she’d help, Ansel’s dead set on making sure they get to him in time, and the only way to find out what happens is to join us for An Almost Tangent.