Passively bitter Silas Glenn Raines follows a madwoman as she attempts a three-member revolt.
Vera always tells me that death is the only path to change, but how much can you really trust a lunatic?
I'm not a killer. I know I can't be a "hero" either. Not a protagonist, probably not an antagonist. Just and existence. Even if I could drive the forces of good or evil, I really don't care if things change.
Vera, on the other hand, lives for change, though I can't pin her for right or wrong, either. Is doing something good for a selfish reason still right? And either way, I doubt this kind of killing can justify whatever ending she has planned.
Oh well. We're not trying to be "good guys".