Picking up after “Plummet” and “Broken”, we follow Victoria as she adapts to her new role, and explores the contents of her mysterious library. When she is led by her music box to a special collection of journals, she finds a way to reconnect with her father who was lost when The Building fractured reality.
An Edwardian era writer must decide whether to marry a good man she doesn’t truly love or pursue her writing dream, helped by a visit to Victoria’s mysterious library of books from the past, present, and possible futures.
An orphan and her cousin, who live with her overprotective aunt, sneak out to celebrate Halloween but find themselves in a bind until Victoria takes them on a ride to “Costume Heaven” where the girls revisit their tragic past.
Before Victoria began to use her lift to take visitors to strange realities, she was a nine-year-old girl living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the end of the Victorian era.
Find out, in her own words, what befell her that fateful day in 1901 to forever change her and her destiny.
This tale marks the end of Season One.
For years, Rachel has suffered at the hands of her abusive boyfriend, a boxer named Tony ‘The Storm’ Matroni. When she decides she’s finally had enough, and the opportunity presents itself, she makes a choice she regrets. A trip on The Lift to the 6th Story offers her a second chance to choose.
Skip Hudson is one of the best Wet Man in the business, and he just got a new contract. When Victoria lures this “no limits” contract killer to the building, it’s all business.