PRLog - Nov. 23, 2012 - CHANDLER, Ariz. -- CHANDLER (AZ)—Brighton Publishing LLC announces the print release of Sanación: The Black Hole Mission from the pen of Mary Louise Davie. The author presents an artful blend of action, science, and a touch of reality in a hard-hitting, earth-ending scenario of tremendous scope and depth. Sanación: The Black Hole Mission is currently distributed in print through Ingram, the world’s largest book distributor, and is available in both print and eBook format from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading book retailers worldwide.
Sanación - The Black Hole Mission
Mankind has forever been forward looking…until now, that is. With earth on the brink of a cataclysmic event, mankind looks back with disgust, shame, and guilt for the many generations of mismanagement of the earth and its abundant resources.
Now, with oxygen levels dwindling to dangerously low levels, the people of the planet must cast aside their differences and resolve a problem that affects all mankind.
Banding together, the nations of the earth construct three ships that are capable of deep space travel. Soon, they will launch in search of a planet capable of supporting human life, but only one can possibly answer the cries of the people—the Sanación.
Mankind’s fate now rests in the hands of a few capable and brave crewmembers 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.
“Mary Louise Davie brings a strong voice and a skillful approach to create not only a plausible story, but one of immense depth and stunningly vivid action and details,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing. “Fans are sure to appreciate Davie’s thorough research and the attention-to-
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.