The future is now. After Word War Three, a new perspective has occurred for the human race. Staggering into the new world, humanity has barely coped. These are the cycles inside a timeline within the cruel irony of a Universe. A break of determinism would be the only solace. The certainly is survival. Three individuals, their lives separate at the same time interconnected in this vast future city.
Gabrielle Loren an ex-test pilot, now a shell of a woman. Broken and scarred, her fight is to retain her humanity and move forward against the weight of existence. To find hope in the human conquest.
Professor Vincent Krulaz the esteemed theoretical physicist, in his retiring years is about to finish his last publication, a book that will rewrite reality and link another world with ours.
Roger Tyrus ex-military, special forces, now a private detective. It is the struggle, he has fought all his life. To say goodbye as a parent’s memory fades. Unable to remember what it is to be alive. Accept the succour and embrace the forever battle.
Allison Vilus manages and curates her own gallery: Vilus Gallery in New York City, one of the many commercial galleries that are situated in lower Manhattan. The world in it’s tumultuous predicament shows no favors as America goes into an economic recession. Sales are down, while the debt increases equate to the obvious in the boom and bust of capitalism. Satran Kaevon awakes in his apartment, not to sure if he is an artist yet he sees a framed image of his creation. Which may hold the answers to the fragmented reality that we all endure. His amnesia of prior events cloud the past, yet he knows there is an urgency in the now. A proposition must be offered. In the uncertainty of it’s principle Allison Vilus must make a choice.
The last of the Solar System salvage missions, The Delphi and it’s crew have been alerted to a potential salvage around the moon Ganymede. A ship called the Novus Stella, launched years ago has now reappeared in a retrograde orbit around Jupiter’s largest moon. The crew of the Delphi will encounter an event that will make them question their very existence.
“If I was to describe to you what we saw. The strange events that occurred. Yet I have no proof, just what I can tell you. You wouldn’t believe me. I don’t blame you. We all have bigger problems facing us. But I’ll never forget what happened.”
(c) Copyright. Adrian Glass