Sometimes those you hate and fear the most are those you need the most.
Industrialization, war, technological advancement. It is a common transitional period. A species that destroys itself during the process is not a threat to those who observe from afar.
And thus far we have survived.
The Veil is many things, its purpose to deliver mankind from temptation, its goal a swift conclusion.
Communicating only with the Faiths the mysterious organisation known as the Veil seeks to start the transition of the human race into the Greater Community of intelligences that spans the galaxy. But first they must be sure of the species’ suitability, and it all comes down to one thing.
The Veil is a space odyssey of alien conspiracy and first contact, suitable for a wide range of reader ages.
This is the third book in the Seen And Not Seen trilogy, part of the Veil series, a collection of interconnected stories looking at the folly of Man, what it means to be human, and how the two might be related.