Published: May 25, 2011
Words: 59,798 (approximate)
As a traveling caravan of alien vessels catapults through space to reach their end goal: the planet Phlasia, life seems good for those apart of ‘the Convoy’. But their pilgrimage meets an unforeseen obstacle; a human boy. As the conspiracy to keep the boy hidden unravels, the Convoy’s way of life is threatened; the universe will never be the same.
A young boy named Miles had a regular life until inexplicably he is the only living thing on Earth.
Meanwhile an alien race called "Callos" near the completion of their pilgrimage toward their diety, an enormous planet known as Phlasia, only to have their course diverted by the incident on Earth.
Curious, Dr.Lalia Tarrus, a Callos scientist allows sneaks away from the vessel to investigate the explosion on Earth because she believe there may be the key to the answer of her bizzare dreams.
Dr.Tarrus finds Miles, alone, and brings the strange new discovery back to the Convoy. Soon she and Miles soon get caught up in a vast conspiracy where not only thier lives are at stake, but the fate of the entire Convoy.
, space ships
, black holes
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on Aug. 19, 2011 :
A very interesting and exciting adventure. I really liked, how Miles developed and that the characters learned to trust each other, no matter which world the are from.
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