Imagine a world where technology understands the human condition - a world that values relationships more than diamonds - a place where people earn a living, not from selling, but from compassion. We stand on the threshold of such a world. The door is open.
Kate Enrite lives in the near future where a person's influence score determines what society offers. These influence scores have pervaded social structures to the point that privacy has been outlawed as a hindrance to influence measurement. With nothing to gain from her true identity or lose as a fake, Kate fights to secure what she perceives as a better life. In the process, she will discover how long a person can pretend to be someone they are not before becoming the pretense.