Colony’s Dawn by N. Joseph Glass
The colony of New Europa has been a sealed ecology for over two hundred years, with a very rigidly maintained civilization. Unexplained breakdowns to the air handlers, water recyclers and other primary systems suddenly place the colony’s microenvironment at risk and jeopardize the lives of the fifty-one thousand inhabitants.
Gift Ojo, a 26-year-old with the joy and innocence of an adolescent, is a Nigerian-Italian living in a colony where life is purposefully kept simple, and Gen-Maturity comes for most at about 30. Gift now leads a group of friends to determine these are not structural problems but the result of sabotage—each more destructive that the last. They must rise to the challenge of saving their colony before it’s too late.
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An Italian-American born in New York and living now in Milan, Italy. As a sci-fi fan I enjoy interesting stories that fire the imagination. I love new stories in the genres of sci-fi, action, thrillers, and drama. I enjoy reading compelling novels and have taken inspiration to create characters and expound a story from being captivated by series such as Dune, Foundation, and The Expanse.
Optimistic views of the future through art always interest me as I believe ours will be a bright one.