It happens on a routine red-eye from Las Vegas to New York.
Just as the plane breaks the early morning sky, in a blink of an eye, 144 passengers onboard flight 6520 die.
There is no rhyme or reason.
Experts scramble to find an explanation on how and why those on Flight 6520 met their demise so quickly and violently.
It is hurriedly explained as a terror attack to the public, but General Buford Cane knows better. He has spent his entire career dedicated to the investigation and prevention of global threatening events. Behind the scenes, authorities are baffled as to what has happened and against the General’s warning, they soon dismiss it as an isolated phenomenon.
He knows there is more.
The plane, the death of the passengers, are a prelude to something much bigger.
An event is on the horizon. An anomaly that can and will wipe out every single living being from the face of the earth.
Extinction is imminent unless something is done.
There is no way to stop it. Time is running out. The only option that General Cane has is to devise a way to save as many people as possible before the event occurs. It is his mission to stop the human race from meeting the same fate as those onboard Flight 6520. A mission he can not fail.