The Problem: I am creating a problem that I will eventually resolve in Book 3 of my series. How do I end the audio drama without making it seem like it is unresolved?
In the audio drama, the crew of the Vixen have traveled to a distant planet to terraform it and create their own world. They find the planet inhabited by two types of demons; the spiritual, which only the ones chosen by God can see, and the physical that slumber for most of the story.
The spiritual demons can't harm you unless you let them. They climb onto you and whisper in your ear, making you think these things you are doing are logical rational and your own ideas, when in reality they are manipulating you. They convince some of the crew to sabotage the ship and it crashes onto the Planet. This awakes the physical demons. The survivors have enough energy from the ship to erect a forcefield that will hold the demons at bay for 50 to 100 years (since they can no longer terraform the planet). I end the audio drama here.
The main characters in my book are on the way to rescue these lost believers, they just don't know it yet. They think they are going to this specific planet for a completely different reason. Now if you see what I have written as a whole it all works out. If you just go with the audio drama tho, it may seem like that God has abandoned these people in the midst of these demons. Any suggestions?