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The world's first international moon base has been established by MoonX Ltd., a joint venture company with American, Chinese, and Russian government shareholders to promote the peaceful use and development of the moon for all. However, political tensions arise and raise the specter of total annihilation.

A young nuclear physicist, Rex, works on the base to create nuclear fusion using helium-3, but personal tragedy draws his mind away from his work. His fiancée, Avery, the captain of the first mission to Mars launched from the moon, has gone missing.

Using AI technology, Rex searches for answers to the cause of the loss of the Mars-bound ship, but he discovers military secrets instead.

In outer space, there is nowhere to run.

A scientist, Rex, working on the world's first permanent moon base, experiments with nuclear fusion using helium-3. His fiancée, Avery, was lost captaining a ship to Mars. With no explanation, no clues, her ship has vanished. He searches for answers and stumbles upon military secrets instead.

On the moon base, feuding Russian and American governments threaten more than just the fusion project's funding. Now expelled from the base, the Russians claim the Americans have hidden nuclear weapons on the moon. Rex inadvertently discovers the truth.

Everything Rex has worked for is at stake. His lifetime of scientific research could go up in flames at any moment, and his very life is in danger. He and his friends must find a way to escape - and fixing up an old dilapidated shuttle may be their only chance, but this can only happen if Rex agrees to work for the enemy. In outer space, there is nowhere to run.

©2017 A.M. Cunning (P)2017 A.M. Cunning

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