When the very notions of fact and history hang in the balance, is the world ready to embrace the hardest truth of all, that we are not alone in the universe?
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The Reach Beyond Tomorrow
When John and Lisa receive a repeating pulse from another world at the mountaintop research center where they work, they realize that it is not simply false data; it is far too regular and enduring. Suddenly the long-awaited possibility of extraterrestrial life seems imminently plausible.
But who are these beings communicating from a far-off place, and what do they want? As John and Lisa learn to decipher the messages from this distant people, they begin to unravel the mystery of humankind, of life itself, and learn perhaps more than anyone is ready to admit. But when the pieces finally come together and an intergalactic visit looms on the horizon, no one knows what to expect.
As they battle for the truth, John and Lisa must face two governments, a homicidal general, and their love for each other. Failure is not an option; the stakes are simply too high. But what they learn threatens the very notions of God, of evolution, of everything people of Earth have come to depend on.
It is not whether it could be possible, but, rather, if it really happened. Civilizations spread and fill the void. Life will always find a way to continue, no matter the cost. This history was not an extremely long one, but, to all outward signs, a most speedy and remarkably well developed history. Evolution was not without its mistakes, but the mistakes were small and short-lived. This humanity struggled and survived the natural barriers of time and prospered with unrivaled wealth and knowledge; knowledge that in the end was as much its demise as its reward.