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Gaea

A book by Robina Williams

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Gaea

  • Nov 9, 2009
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Gaea is angry. Again and again people have been given a chance to change their destructive, greedy ways. They just don't seem to care what they are doing to the Earth, the animals around them, or even their own futures. Now they've been given one more chance. Will they waste it or will they make a difference?

Gaea is an ecological novel written from the perspective of the Earth and other mystical creatures. It's interesting to see the author's perspective on how heaven might include even of the mythological beings and how creation of different animals might occur. I found these aspects very intriguing.

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review by . July 30, 2010
Third in a series, this fantasy novel is about Quant, a house cat who can cross between physical dimensions (and do a lot more than that). Gaea (Mother Earth) has had it with mankind’s wanton destruction of her resources, including plants and animals. After being physically attacked by a man, and left in a ditch, Gaea is ready to wipe mankind off the map. Quant, now in the form of a humanoid seraph, takes Gaea to visit God, the Lord of All (the Big Boss). God allows Gaea to warn mankind, …
review by . July 30, 2010
Third in a series, this fantasy novel is about Quant, a house cat who can cross between physical dimensions (and do a lot more than that).    Gaea (Mother Earth) has had it with mankind's wanton destruction of her resources, including plants and animals. After being physically attacked by a man, and left in a ditch, Gaea is ready to wipe mankind off the map. Quant, now in the form of a humanoid seraph, takes Gaea to visit God, the Lord of All (the Big Boss). God allows Gaea to …
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Gaea, the earth goddess, fed up with the damage Man is doing, decides to teach him a lesson. She ropes in her relatives to help her... and three-headed Cerberus, the hell hound, tags along too. Quant, golden-eyed seraph and quantum cat, is there to keep an eye on them all. Praise for Angelos, book II of the Quantum Cat series "In this sequel to Jerome and the Seraph, Williams tells a twofold tale of one priest stranded in the ancient labyrinth of Knossos and another struggling with his own search for holiness-with only a small but very unusual cat to guide them both. With its graceful hominess, quiet humor, and abiding faith, Angelos belongs in most fantasy, Christian fantasy, or New Age collections."  ~ Library Journal.
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ISBN-10: 1606191837
ISBN-13: 978-1606191835
Author: Robina Williams
Publisher: Paladin Timeless Books

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