Rhea travels to Ganymede aboard a civilian transport. She seeks answers, and hopes by visiting the solar system’s largest moon she’ll get them.
Though eager, she’s afraid of what she’ll find. Was she partly responsible for the Great Calming, a catastrophic event that saw the population of Earth cut in half? Or was she simply an innocent bystander, captured and taken prisoner by the regime?
There’s a good chance that once she reaches Ganymede and activates these memories, she won’t be the same person she was before. But she has no choice… she <i>needs</i> to know who she was.
Unfortunately before she even arrives another vessel attacks the defenseless transport. How can she answer the burning question of her origins if she’s atomized in deep space?
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