In the late 21st century, Eloise Hue gives birth to a son, Arran, in a world depicted by synthetic biology and genetic editing – England’s fourth industrial revolution. Stirred by an ambition to rise to the top of their social class, who are the Aesthetes, Arran goes to great lengths to keep his real identity a secret. But this becomes more difficult when he has to learn to control his newfound abilities – a psychological skillset that may in the end become his own demise.
Eleanor “Ellie” Bryson, a 17-year-old high school boy who loves to read novels, especially romance and fantasy. He is most likely to get stuck in his fictional world together with his only friend, Theodore Brooks, and he doesn’t care about his reality. People at his school don’t even know that he even exists. One day, as a punishment for being late to the class, the teacher forced him to get to pair up with Alexandria Madrigal, the most beautiful girl on the campus, into a cleaning duty. She approaches him, and she suddenly confesses that she likes him. What will happen to him now that a non-fictional character suddenly enters his life?
Aurelius Obscurus Lux. The first species of Obscurus Lux to be ever created in the entirety of the universe. He is alone in the universe, a clean slate, the only existence without a pair. But even still, he pushes forward, trying to find a meaning to his lonely life, especially the meaning of his name. Half the world hates him, while the other half finds him a curiosity that has never been seen before. His life goes into an unexpected turn of events, when Symphonia gives him a sacred task, a task that no being has ever been given. To travel the universe, collect the divine energy, and bring it all back to her. The question is, why him? Why not someone else who is more qualified, mainly because the danger behind such a grandiose task could lead to his death, and where evil thrives in the darkest reaches of the universe. Follow his adventure as he grows up and blooms into adulthood.