The saga begins the first day of Morgan’s senior year with a vision of a girl of fire . . . literally. Andalynn appears among the bustling hallway, consumed in roaring white flames as if an alabaster sun. She enters Morgan’s life as a catalyst of heart . . . his missing piece, the manifestation of a connection beyond time and recall.
The awakening of his soul proves only the beginning; something is wrong with the world around him, and a haunting presence pulls him toward an unimaginable fate. In a hidden cave, high on the slopes of his beloved mountain, he meets Aelvi, a benevolent Dyer from Earth’s sister world. This strange dragon-like being reveals a staggering truth.
For millions of years, our Earth was dimensionally split into two distinct spheres; one of Man and one of Dyers (sentient descendants of dinosaurs). Both are now failing; one from a diminished population, ravaged by war and conflict, and the other from an overabundant population of apathetic and selfish souls. To preserve the potential of life, the two must again become one; the cataclysmic Union.
Morgan has two days to convince Andalynn and her family, as well as his own apathetic parents, to climb to the safety of the cave before the darkness falls, or they will be lost, along with the hopes of all free species. For, in the coming conflict to decide the definition of this new Earth, be it unto light or consumed in darkness, Morgan is the key to defeating the rising tides of shadow.