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Justin and his mother live In the year 2999. They are a poor family. Both dream of going to Zuro, a planet at the end of the galaxy, in order to get an elixir that will allow them to live forever. Unfortunately, Justin is left an orphan when his mother gets sick with an illness and they cannot get any medicine. She mysteriously disappears.
Justin is now determined to start his quest to Zuro. However, in order to get there, Justin needs to purchase a ticket to board the train that will take him there. Unfortunately, he does not have the money. Luckily, he meets a lonely man, John, who plans to travel to Zuro; he has 2 tickets and is looking for someone who will accompany him on his journey. Justin agrees to go with him. The train leaves Earth. This pains Justin because he may never return.
The train stops at a number of different planets along the way to Zuro. At each planet, he encounters different people. At the first, he gets into trouble with a gang. The gang has succeeded in achieving eternal life; now having nothing to fear, they have turned to violence. Both John and Justin safely get back to the train.
At the last planet before Zuro, Justin meets a woman who regrets taking the elixer because nothing excites her anymore. She tries to trap him and force him to stay so that someone would stay with her forever. Justin begins to see that eternal life may not be what he thought it to be. He can see that people are unhappy, but they are being very secretive about it.
At Zuro, he sees hoards of people depressed. He is surprised because he thought everyone would be happy. The depressed people want everyone to suffer with them; therefore, they try to force Justin and John to take the elixir. John manages to distract the crowd and they make it just in time for the leaving train.
Both safely make it back to Earth. However, a few days later, Justin gets a note from Zuro claiming that they have his mother. He is scared to go but he has to rescue his mother.
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