Time has run out. The world as we know it is coming to an end and a handful of heroes are all that stand in the way of the final darkness.
Born in an age of brutality and miracles, Eli was raised from the dead to start a new life unlike any other. His touch can heal; his pain can destroy. He has not only seen the rise and fall of civilizations, his power has been the cause of them. Prepare yourself for an adventure through time, prepare to face the greatest challenge humankind has ever known.
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.
We live in an age of technological miracles. Is it so hard to believe that there may have been other ages similar to ours? We know that the ancients had machines that told them the positions of the stars and planets.
Many mythological figures had intelligent owls as companions. Merlin was one example. In the novels, I wanted to bring some wonder back into our world. While Synesthesia has its share of war, pain and tragedy, it also has a measure of joy and laughter. I want to share this with you, the reader. To that end, I am running a special Kindle Countdown starting Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. For a couple of days you will be able to download Synesthesia at a substantially reduced price (starting with $0.99!) Please use the Buy button to access the book.
I heard a clicking whirring noise and then what sounded like wings flapping. As I watched the doorway, a large golden owl flew through and landed next to me on the water-making-and-holding-place, today we would call it a sink, but unlike any sink, you would recognize. The owl looked up at me with large emerald eyes. An owl with green eyes? Orange, brown, black or even yellow I had seen or heard about, but green? This was something different from the ordinary owl. That became all too apparent in the next moment when it opened its mouth, "Hello Eliezer, is this form something that you can relate to?"