Fifteen-year-old Savanna Gilson, a quick-tempered loner, prickles at any threat, real or imagined. She fears she will never escape the pull of Earth’s gravity or, more generally speaking, most people. But without them, the answer her failing grandfather seeks could be beyond her reach.
Rylie’s migraines trigger more time-slips. She never knows where she’ll end up or which ancestor she’ll encounter. Will the time-slips be the key to mending the broken pieces in the people around her or will they only prove she's crazy?
A THEORETICAL LIFE Anthology Series
THE LAST MERMAN
After an agonizing metamorphosis, a mermaid raised in the lagoons of 16th century Venice seeks to discover the source of extinction-level threats to her colony but before she can, she must spend time on land, among the Terrans she loathes, in order to rescue her brother before it’s too late.
Think young Greta Thunberg but she’s a mermaid in 16th century Venice. NOT a Little Mermaid retelling
Each novel is stand-alone and they all center girls. They are set in the ultra-near future with a recognizable world. I take the phrase “we’re not there yet” from STEM articles and imagine what it will look like when we are there.