As the Earth died out from worsening climate change and heightened global conflicts, so did humanity, along with everything that once defined Earth as the only planet in the universe known to harbor life. All life known to exist to man died out. Or, at least, it was assumed to by every member of the human race.
Thirty years after the roughly one hundred million humans still alive on Earth mass-migrated to Mars and colonized the red planet, this conventional wisdom is suddenly challenged when signs of life are detected on the once-dead planet. It’s not extremophiles, microorganisms able to live in extreme weather and environmental conditions; so, what is it that is being detected?
Faced with a corrupted space agency and a colony of humans risking total extinction, Doctor Shelby Hilton, along with her husband Drake, must travel back to Earth to find out what's still alive on the planet, and what it means for the future of humanity. Even if traveling to that dangerously unknown planet meant risking their lives, and their reputations in the dying Martian colony they now called home.