There is nothing you can do and no place that you can hide. Your comfortable existence is about to vanish forever. Darkness is falling, and none of us may survive.
Near the end, a handful of heroes will emerge that may or may not be able to save us. The evil that we face is all-consuming, and those that stand between it and us are so very few. Each of these heroes has a disability that is tied to their unique talent.
Jacob is blind since birth, yet able to see and manipulate the very life-force that is in and surrounds each living thing. He, along with Rachel and Clarisse, will battle the human shaped simulacrums that their real enemy uses.
Survival isn’t just winning this battle; it’s finding others like them to help and winning the war.
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.
The hero of the novel AURA, Jacob, is blind in the conventional sense of the word. He does not see with his eyes. Rather, Jacob views the living world around him through the life-force that all creatures emit. For eons it has been known as the human aura. In Western cultures, it is often depicted as a halo. Jacob takes this a step further.
Because of his unique talent, our young hero is able to manipulate this life-force. Our perceptions define our realities. However, Jacob's talent comes at a cost. While he is able to see and manipulate the energy of living things, he cannot see that which has never lived. Rock, metal and, yes, glass are opaque to him.
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Imagine for a moment that you are in a cardboard box. The cardboard box has wheels and is going down the road at sixty miles an hour. You know that the person in charge of driving the cardboard box isn’t going to get you into an accident, but you cannot see where you are going, where you are or where you’ve been. That is what riding in a car is to me. I cannot see through glass.