Ten strangers. Two pills a day. And one alien with a ticking clock.
And so The Angel Experiment begins.
The chosen ten, drawn together by a shape-shifting newspaper ad, all want something desperately.
When they gather at the home of the mysterious Dr. Nathan Gold and Myrus Golgochan, they’re offered something none of them can pass up—a one-time chance at a better version of themselves.
No loneliness. No stutter. No addiction. No anger. No dead-end career. No soul-killing despair.
Whatever has been keeping them from living the lives they’ve always wanted will be wiped out by two pills a day.
Or so Nathan and Myrus promise.
When the ten strangers decide to take a chance on this strange proposition, they have no idea that change has a ripple effect, and that the world will never be the same.
But as the ancient maxim says, beware of getting what you wish for.