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In the not too distant future, mankind has begun to conquer the solar system. Yet colonies on foreign worlds and moons cannot quell the desire for nation to conquer nation. In a last effort for peace, mankind is united under one banner, The Olympus Union, to govern all. Dissenters are quickly jailed, or killed; however, not all are stamped out. The colonists orbiting Jupiter are simmering; deep within an orbital prison, one man begins a journey from unassuming to history changing. It is no longer clear who is the hero, and who the villain.
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