Gabriel Millar believes that he is an average teenage boy living in an entirely average town. He was a sickly boy whilst growing up but has since outgrown such illnesses so thinks nothing more of it. He loves his life, his friends and most importantly, his family. However when tragedy strikes, his once happy life is turned completely upside down.
Gabriel awakens to find himself in a strange, new world, one that has been hidden away from humans for centuries. He is reunited with a grandfather he never knew he had and learns the disturbing truth about his origins. But perhaps Gabriel's most alarming discovery is that the idea of man evolving from the Great Apes is but a partial truth. And the most terrifying version of man lies at the very heart of his own tragic past...
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