Here’s a synopsis:
The end of the world wasn’t what anyone thought it would be. There was no great war pitting nations against one another, no booming voice from the sky unleashing plagues and judgment on the kneeling masses, and no great extinction level event, chalking up humanities time on Earth as just another phase in grand march forward. The Fall came incrementally over the years as economic and social decay, spiraled into collapse without so much as a whimper, almost as if invited. By the time people worked up the fervor to react, The Fall had already reached the point of no return.
Unable to pay their own salaries, government properties were bought wholesale by the highest bidder. The private sectors that had seen it coming, quickly found themselves in possession of first world global technologies and the infrastructure needed to support them. Vast walled off Districts rose up amid the decline of man as self sustaining refuges of privileged society.
For the rest of the world, the rising cost of living amid the worsening climate and economic depression, has quickly thinned out the heard. A waste of habitation evolved between the Districts where survival of the fittest is no longer just an adage associated with the animal kingdom. In this waste, relocation camps sprang up to hold back the unwanted; camps that eventually grew into fully fledged towns. Rosa is one such town and as the twenty-first century draws to a close, two forces from the old world will collide there amid the day to day lives of that that call Rosa home.
Caleb Johansen is one such man. Raised with no knowledge of his family or his past, his life will come into danger as Harmon McCullough and Creasy square off to take him into custody, no matter who gets caught in the middle.
Harmon must save Caleb at any cost, believing wholeheartedly that he is the key to rebuilding the world, once his truth past is revealed.
Creasy, a man with no hold on the world, must take Caleb into custody at any cost, and use his name as a rallying call to unite the broken world, even if that means killing him.
These two men will come to Rosa as friends, but only one will leave with Caleb in their custody; no matter who or what stands in their way.
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