Stylar, born from centuries of experimentation, and his brethren are to replace a workforce created five centuries before. After complications, he is smuggled into the community they are a slave race. Stylar's physiology develops quickly his cells mutate and he becomes a voice in the community, the world beyond the mines is dying and only a matter of time before the population can no longer be sustained, challenges are constant, this community and Stylar and family will influence a way of life, some parts of the story are daily events but there is also the mythology of a community and the indifference their masters show above as well as bellow. Will prophecy change the fate of a world or will the masters of the community remain in control? This is part two of the first book in a trilogy.