Mankind has been a questionable steward when it comes to the resources earth has provided. From pestilence to war, the human race has done much to ravage the earth and its precious commodities. Now, oxygen has plummeted to dire levels and only one question remains to be answered—will the human race survive?
In a last-ditch effort, the nations of the world unite to send a force of three ships into the vast unknown of space in search of a planet capable of supporting human life. Mankind’s fate now rests in the hands of a few capable and brave people who will be put through near impossible tests to save our species from destruction.
Ultimately, Sanación: The Black Hole Mission pits the confines and actions of space itself against the valor, skills, and humanity of a chosen few.
“Insert the name Mary Louise Davie among the ranks of Sci-Fi masters like Orson Scott Card and Arthur C. Clarke,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing. “Fans will appreciate Davie’s capable crafting of characters and dialog, with a plausible scenario that will leave readers turning pages late into the night.”
Mary Louise Davie is a lifelong writer, most widely known as a poet and songwriter. An amateur astronomer with an interest in theoretical physics, she spent many a night searching the sky through her telescope. Mary grew up in Union County, New Jersey and now lives in rural West Milford.