Description The World has become completely exhausted; food is rare animals of the field and sea have become extinct. Man dies of contagions and cancer because the air is so polluted. So the Russian and American governments are working together to find a new planet for mankind. There is a radical new spacecraft that is built so this can be undertaken. Just as all is realized the two world powers come to a parting of the ways. World destruction is a possibility as the Americans speed off into space. With only having a period of six months to discover another planet to settle on before the Earths gravity belt becomes impassible; leaving man in even worse position and turmoil. The team of four men and four women as the Astronauts mates they search for another planet. The unseen happens and a tragedy strikes the crew of this search. Still they are catapulted into a mission against all odds and difficulties to bring their dreams of a new home to bear. They come upon every kind of hardship and disaster as their last hopes for the future must be undertaken. And they make a decision of ultimate dedication that pits them against what is thought to be the impossible. What happens next is only to be undertaken in dream and fantasy. About the Author Robert went to School in a rural town next To Langley on the outskirts of a suburb which was part of Vancouver. This outlying outskirt was called Surrey; the town in which Robert went to school and grew up was called Cloverdale. Robert his two Sisters and their Mother lived on a six acre hobby farm on 176 St. They lived in a meandering home large and although the opposite of foreboding; it was very homey and serene. The Enns children’s Mother providing most for the children as they grew up into adults with backbreaking work and little pay. Their Father constantly away from home working in the Bush in the growing logging Industry, and was seldom home and even more seldom to help out with the household needs. Robert lapsing into chronic Asthma attended also much of the time with Pneumonia he often came close to death. On this Hobby farm they had milking cows to see to their need for butter, cream, and milk. There also were cattle on the farm adding to their food staple. Their mother always in spring grew a huge garden full of all types of Vegetables, which what they didn’t eat and that was much seeing as the garden was so large and the soil so rich. So there was much canning for the winter months ahead taken care of with Mrs. Enns Sparse time. These things taking care of the nutritional value of the children to great lengths; there also at many points was a horse or two added to the herd of cattle for the enjoyment of his Sisters as Robert himself was terrified of them. In Roberts eighteenth year his family –Mother and Father decided they would move to a town about two hundred fifty miles south of where they had been living for so long. They all packed up except for the middle aged Sister Gloria who had now become married, and moved to the middle of the Okanagan Valley in the town of Penticton where Robert still lives alienated by his Sisters and in poverty lives in a one room motel suite trying but rarely making ends meet.