In antiquity, the splendor of a perfect spring day brings about a revitalization of life and spirits. It was a holiday, and the crowds reveled in the warmth and aroma of the blooming flora and the fauna. Wildlife and livestock scampered about as the soft breeze bathed the new growth all around. It was such a peaceful day following a brutal and bitter winter with temperatures around Abydos dipping below -40F with deadly winds and snow. It appeared that all was at peace with the world, or it would seem.
At the same time, a few kilometers away, the mood was grim. A Stage II countdown started in the silo of a Revenger Series rocket armed with multiple fusion warheads. The rocket’s target was the continent of Atlant—the enemy. All attempts to stop the progression toward an inevitable launch failed, and the planet Nibiru became engulfed in a hi-tech war that became an extinction event.
Scores of millennia later, life is still struggling to recover from the effects of the Great War.
A tyrannical government evolved over time and now controls the planet with deception and an iron grip. All facets of life are micromanaged with the rulers putting themselves in the role of gods making life-and-death decisions.
Kia is a university student from the elite of the privileged. Jadan, also a student, is from the farming community at the lower end of the socio-economic order. Special academic needs draw them into a scholastic dependency, which grows into a forbidden love with dire consequences. Kia’s grandfather is the second most powerful man on the planet, and he disapproves of their romance. He becomes obsessed with destroying their love, even if he must resort to murder.
The oppression of the rulers becomes so intense that the masses groan. Out of the tyranny, a revolution grows, but the masses need strong leaders to unite them. Peaceful protests irritate the elite to use deadly force. The results are neither what they wanted nor expected. Change is coming to Nibiru fueled by the revelation of the truth to the masses.