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Jonathan Galt returns to his birth-place Nephilim City to fulfill an important task. If he fails the whole City will be evaporated from the face of the earth.
David Ragnarsson used to be a New York journalist. Now he is an unemployed alcoholic ready to jump in front of a subway train.
Hope Morgan is teenager who lives in the year 2227 and she is sent to our age to prevent the David's jump.
David isn't sure if Hope is real or nothing more than the sign of an alcoholic Delirium. The voice in his head telling him that she is real and he isn't insane, isn't exactly the most reliable of witnesses, neither is Jeremy Johnson, the homeless war-veteran who himself has got an invisible little green man following him around.
All of their lives are connected to something Hope calls 'the First Principle'.
'When Hope Came' is no ordinary science fiction novel for purely entertainment purposes. Rather is this a work of speculative fiction in it's truest sense.
It is asking why our world is the way it is right now and if a more peaceful world than ours will ever be possible. It deals with questions on political and religious philosophy, economic and monetary systems, scientific and environmental issues.
The answers suggested are not the ultimate and only ones. And so the reader is asked to think for himself, do a bit of research and come to his or her own conclusions.