After Earth’s destruction, ten human survivors mysteriously find themselves on a journey through the galaxy, on a quest to unravel the deepest mysteries of the universe.
“Black Hole Dawn” is a story that explores what being alive is all about, touching on life’s scientific, interpersonal, and spiritual aspects. The primary author holds two M.Sc. degrees (and is thinking about a Ph.D.), and also descends from a culture with a rich spiritual tradition. He’s always been interested in how to reconcile science, spirituality, and art, and so this story is a voyage through a universe where these all intersect, and all provide clues to why we exist.
“Black Hole Dawn” is intended for a reasonably mature audience. It may occasionally feature sexuality, drugs, and violence, and thus is not recommended for children under 15 years.