Sonia appears to be a typical grandmother at seventy-five. She thinks her worst fears have been realized when she is forced to move into a city senior complex.
She has always felt she was different. When a tiny sphere appears out of empty space, informs her she belongs to a lost race, she is not surprised. As the device knocks her in the forehead, a whole new reality opens up, and Sonia finds herself responsible not only for the welfare of dysfunctional family, but also holding the lives of a rag-tag inter-racial band of survivors. She calls these the invisible ones: Aopato (Ah-or-atos in Greek).
Sonia's life goal will forever be the safety and happiness of those in her care. Why should it be any different now?
But there are those who oppose her, believing she has neither the skills or qualifications to carry out her function. Add to a contentious daughter and jealous brothers is the fact that the species has a natural vicious predator intent on eliminating all of their kind.
How could agape love be sufficient to conquer such hurtles? Will this struggling new remnant die at its birth?