Time has run out.
The world as we know it is coming to an abrupt end. Six heroes are all that stand in the way of our complete obliteration. One young child holds the key to our past, a past, and history steeped in myth and purposeful deception. This past is our only pathway into the future as it may contain the information needed to halt the imminent destruction of our world.
Raised in a nonhuman world, one child with an ability to travel instantly to any place and any time may be mankind's only hope. Born amid a horrible tragedy, burned and disfigured, she will emerge to join with five more heroes and take a stand against the darkness.
Reality is not what you think.
K M Aul is the best selling author of the Senses Novels series. K M's books have garnered reviews such as, "Fabulous Series. ( can't wait for sequels)" and, "Gripping Wild Ride! Loved it!" K M draws inspiration from the God-given natural and supernatural world around us.
It may not seem to fit well with Christianity to say that there is another intelligent species dwelling among us, but I have yet to find anything in the Bible that says otherwise. In fact, both the Old Testament and the New speak of at least one, angels. Of course, this invariably leads us to the question of, why haven't we ever found them? I give one possible solution in TA'AM.
More than any other book in the series, TA'AM touches on fantasy while trying to stay true to my Christian values. The book also tries to ask and answer some of the hard questions that nonbelievers ask and/or use as excuses for not believing.
I talk about the soul a lot in this book. What it is, and why it is.
Of all the books in the series, I think that TA'AM is my personal favorite.
Let me explain a little about my parents and their kind. My parents’ species are usually solitary creatures unless they are mated and raising young. They are also extremely shy, especially of any human contact. They have told me that they have always been hunted by humans. Over the course of their existence, they have had to refine certain natural abilities. They had no choice in a world full of things that wanted to eat them. They have extremely poor vision and hearing, and cannot outrun many of their predators. My parents and their species sense the world primarily through smell and taste. They are far more intelligent than humans by any measure that I have ever found though they do not learn from books. I don’t doubt that they are the most intelligent creatures on the planet. I have seen this demonstrated time and again.