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.
All but one of the books in the series start with the protagonist as a child. In TA'AM, we have a little girl that is raised by non-humans and is still a child at the end of the novel. The actions that each of these children carry out while still young enough to not fully understand the implications of what they are doing puts them into a special class. They are under 'the age of grace' and not really responsible to God for the sins that they commit...yet.
TA'AM, or Judith, is raised by creatures as, or more intelligent than humans. They are still savage by our standards and she, even more so. In this particular passage she admits that she knows of God, but doesn't not really know God.
The entire purpose of this 'layer' of the book is to show that while many people may believe that they are Christians, there is a difference between acknowledging and committing.
Which kind of Christian are you?
Some of you hearing or reading this account must have wondered at me. How could this savage little girl be on the side of God? The truth is, that up until now I was on the side of right, but not necessarily on the side of God. I was fighting God’s enemies, but I wasn’t listening to His voice, I couldn’t because at no time had I given myself to Him. I was now nine years old, still, what some would call, ‘under the age of grace’. I knew of God, knew who He was and what I needed to do. I wasn’t blind or stupid. I hadn’t ever even really prayed.