In the extreme future, our galaxy survived the suction of a black hole. Instead of the end of life, it was a new beginning. Earth duplicated itself into two planets profoundly different from each other, heterozygotic twins. On the first planet lives Anna Napee, an explorer, who has learned to master the barren and ravaged landscape, populated by the Shadows, omnivorous monsters that devour entire cities.
On the second planet lives Roger Ocean, a code programmer full with existential doubts. The planet is one great sea, on which humans have built hyper-technological cities developed on vertical levels, one on top of the other, where sunlight is considered a luxury for the few. As if they had grown up together, Anna and Roger recurrently appear in each other’s dreams, ignoring each other’s existence in the flesh. What makes this connection possible is a mystery for both of them, a bizarre fantasy to which it is futile to try to give an explanation. Everything changes when they discover that the reality in which they live is not as it appears and that they have been chosen to know the Great Truth. They will be thrown into a dimension specially created for them, where they will discover that they have a task. But who wanted to warn them? Who has influenced their dreams all that time? And why, suddenly, their lives seem to have their hours counted? What will unravel is the mystery of the real physical dimension of the post black hole galaxy in which they live, of the greatest staging in history, of the greatest screwing over of humanity.