|About the Book|
Fleeing his home planet with what remains of the human race, Spence looks to the stars as he attempts to find closure to the tragedies of losing his family, only to discover that a new disaster in the form of an approaching vessel in space will seekMoreFleeing his home planet with what remains of the human race, Spence looks to the stars as he attempts to find closure to the tragedies of losing his family, only to discover that a new disaster in the form of an approaching vessel in space will seek to wipe out his ship, the Excalibur. Finding himself desperately seeking a solution to the alien threat, Spence gathers his closest friends and makes a last ditch effort to protect everyone on board, only leading into a whirlwind of emotional and physical turmoil.The setting takes place in the problematic future, after humans failed to secure any chance of life continuing on the planet Earth, they sought out into space for a new home, encouragingly naming it Hope. Though their efforts for living alongside nature and fulfilling a balance of life, the planet was incapable of sustaining itself. Pieced together into one large space transporter, built from the ships that carried the original Earth pilgrims, Excalibur launched out into the unknown of space, traveling a tremendous speed, ever-watching for what could be a new home.Hope follows the first person account of Spence and his thoughts as he and all of those around him fair the consequences of abandoning their dying planet, and who they encounter along the journey. The loss of Spences younger sister, Mira, was the hardest emotional battle that he assumed he would ever have to face. Unfortunately for him, he becomes aware that there is much worse situations in store.