The Gaia trilogy, beginning with PICA, is a fantasy series that explores environmental issues in a modern world.
Luke uncovers ancient magic and some of Nature’s lost secrets in an exciting race to save Mother Earth from environmental disaster. But can one person save the planet alone?
Shape-shifting adventure as Luke’s mission becomes more complex and his fame goes global. He meets a group of others who also have a close affinity with Nature.
Can Luke live up to his unwanted reputation as the new messiah? Will it all go to his head? Can he find Gaia before she gasps her final breath?
Reviews for The Gaia trilogy:
“The strong ecological theme is very pertinent in this time of global warming. I highly recommend this talented writer.”
“Superbly written – intended for young adults, thoroughly enjoyed by older ones too!”
“It truly stretched my imagination. I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series. An excellent fantasy story for teenagers to adults of any age.”
“This imaginative story continues brilliantly and beautifully with unexpected twists and turns. It was a joy to read.”
“Ancient powers are stirring”.
Luke discovers a new identity and realises that only he can stop humanity from destroying our beautiful planet. But what can one teenager do? Is one person able to change the attitudes of billions of people? How will he influence governments and corporations to change their ways? If only he had the ancient magic of Nature at his fingertips. And Gaia is finally awakening…
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Leonardo DiCaprio deservedly won the oscar for epic film ‘The Revenant’. Collecting his award he said a few things about the environment.
“Climate change is real… it is the most urgent threat facing our entire species”.
“Let us not take this planet for granted”.
Like ‘The Revenant’ my novel, PICA, explores our relationship with the natural world. Luke is challenged to find a way to save our dying planet, and with the help of his enigmatic friend, Guy, he begins to uncover some of the secrets and ancient magic of nature.
Pollution, deforestation, garbage, over-population and our obsession with consumerism are some of the ways we are killing mother earth. Doing the recycling and not using plastic bags is great, but how can we stop the horror on a global scale?
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