Who do you become when you can be anything? The Singularity came and went with a whisper, a cover-up, and a ceasefire from both sides to prevent mutually assured destruction. Now, just fifteen years later, humanity has split into two species: the techphobic mortal humans ready to fight to the death for their right to keep the old ways, and the terrifying and monstrous immortals willing to sacrifice anything to conquer the galaxy, then the universe. As the world's ecosystem withers, the humans wait for their gods to return while the immortals struggle to agree on whether or t to spare their foes, enslave them, leave them behind, or wipe them out entirely to reclaim the planet - acts of callousness or subjugation or gecide so ghastly that most immortals can't stomach the thought, but have little choice otherwise. As a temporary compromise after the ceasefire, the immortals setup a front corporation, Aquarius, to attract new recruits to spare as many lives as possible, but time is running out. Some recruits join to evade death, to be made beautiful or strong or brilliant, and others to escape persecution from their increasingly tyrannical and backward nations perpetually regressing due to the global brain drain. One immortal, David Isaaks, has found a way to wipe out both sides, all mortals and immortals alike, in one fell swoop; a crusade to destroy the evil contained within the galactic Pandora's Box that is Earth before the immortals can escape to conquer the universe. Only one young recruit, Bastion Freeman, realizes the extent of David's machinations, insight born of a shared madness that may just as easily lead him to salvation or into aiding Isaaks in exterminating all life in the solar system. A war of kwledge versus faith, the future against the past, between reality and perception, the profane and the sacred, with the fate of all life and all possible lives ever to emerge all hanging in the balance. Chasms: Gospel of Freeman is the battle for who will reign supreme over Earth and the future of humanity for all eternity, or imminent oblivion.