Eighteen-year-old Gaiah’s hair grows to her waist every night. She can influence people with her thoughts. She understands none of it.
Gaiah has gotten used to the fact that she has the ability to, occasionally, (maybe) make people do what she wants. However, trying to hide the fact that her hair grows beyond her waist every night is driving her crazy, and her frustration is released on a gang of bullies in school, with repercussions she could never have imagined.
She is forced to confront and deal with worlds she never knew existed.
A trinity of parallel worlds, of which Earth is one.
An unusual blend of real facts, seen in a different light. Are vitrified rocks in ancient forts really the result of other world weapons? What is actually behind the extraordinary events that allows fish to fall from the sky in desert regions, what has it all got to do with Gaiah, and is there more to the gorgeous Graeme than meets the eye?
This book hooks the reader right from the start. There’s an interesting main character, Gaiah. There’s an interesting plot that have many twists and turns. You can’t put the book down.
I liked the writing style, as other reviewers observed, the flow of the story is amazing and makes you want to read more. Hope the book 2 will be out soon!