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A radically diverse and engineered humanity is about to embark on the conquest of a lifeless galaxy. Despite populating the stars, the human species has never encountered intelligent life, yet nevertheless finds itself threatened by a faceless enemy. Book 2.
Chapter Three: Humanity has evolved through time into immense bodies capable of self-propelling itself through space. People have evolved into flowers of the stars, populating the universe with their magnificence. Far, far away were the days they needed air to breathe or planets to live on. Their only regret was that the universe was lifeless. To fathom that a whole universe was created for only one species to appreciate was a cruel concept. It was a selfish idea and a very lonely fate. Humanity had so many things to tell, so many things to teach, so many things to share, but there was no one there to listen.
Chapter Four: As society falls apart, a determined Usana travels to Dragolia to visit Brummer. She has a mission for him, but not only must she convince him to leave his hermetic life behind, but to kill everyone in the process as well.
Book two of a three book series.