With his seedy existence now in jeopardy, Nat is swept into the path of a terrorist organization which "betters" society by kidnapping the obese, and performing gastric bypass surgeries on them. Run by a black-listed, former-collegiate athlete and his enigmatic brother who uses his ability to view the multiverse to guide his actions, Nat is caught in the largest crime spree in U.S. history, and then forced to defend his "best" friends in court for their actions.
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