Oliver Queen and his dad are lost adrift when their extravagance yacht sinks, clearly in a tempest. His dad bites the dust, yet Oliver makes due for a long time on an unfamiliar island and in the end returns home. Yet, he wasn't the only one on the island where he learned how to battle and make due as well as of his dad's debasement and corrupt business dealings. He comes back to human advancement a changed man, resolved to put things right. He masks himself with the hood of one of his strange island coaches, arms himself with a bow and starts chasing down the men and ladies who have debased his city.
The initial attraction between Laura Neilson and Andrew Earlham leads to a date that has far-reaching consequences on the couple and their friends and families, as secrets and lies are revealed.
An educator finds a period entry that prompts October 21st, 1960 and goes on a journey to attempt and keep the death of John F. Kennedy, which is entangled by the nearness of Lee Harvey Oswald and the way that he's experiencing passionate feelings for the past itself.