17-year-old Sydney's only interest in life is flying under the radar.
But destiny has other plans when the tall, handsome, formal, and unusual Rafael Channing moves into the neighborhood. Athletic and with killer looks, he wears black eyeliner like a magician and seems to be watching Sydney's every move.
What starts out as a light-hearted investigation with her gadget-happy foster father takes a serious turn when she discovers that Rafael isn't human. Add Jareth, the country's latest rock sensation, into the mix and Sydney is swept into a mysterious world of Tulpas, the Fae, and the Brotherhood of the Snake.
Sydney doesn't know she's a Blue Thread of Fate. She doesn't know the fate of humanity depends on her choice of whom to trust--Jareth or Rafael. And she certainly doesn't know that she's taken the first step on the unexpected path of love.
352 pages of urban YA fantasy fun!!!
After breaking the Glass Wall, Sydney finds herself on the run with Rafael.
And as her feelings for him awaken, danger arrives in the form of Mesmers, agents of evil sent by the Brotherhood of the Snake.
But when Jareth struts back onto the scene, it isn't long before Sydney finds herself immersed in sinister secrets, and the subsequent whirlwind of events leaves her wondering just who is right and who is wrong?
Join Sydney as she journeys through romance, humor, and adventure into the mysterious world of Tulpas, the Fae, and the Brotherhood of the Snake.
While it is better to have read the first book in the series The Glass Wall first, this book begins with Sydney's helpful recap of events to help those who have not. Enjoy!
As the predictions from the Fae's Hall of Mirrors come true, Sydney seizes control
of her destiny and makes a choice between Rafael and Jareth. A choice of true love.
And as she evades Mesmers, Tulpas, and the Fae's Inner Circle, she discovers the power of human thought.
But then one of the three makes their Blue-Threaded decision, the decision of fate. Is it the right one?
What if humans were more powerful than they thought?
What if an alien race had a reason to keep humanity entrenched in fear?
And what if ancient beings that we've met before were still trying to protect us?
And just what if the fate of Earth depended upon an average 17-year-old girl with a few secrets of her own?
Would she discover that the power of love was truly the strongest of all?
The Egg" - Book Four of the "Glass Wall":
- A death ...
- A beginning ...
- An egg to change the world ...
Faced with her Blue Thread of Fate, Sydney must make a choice if Rafael and Jareth are to survive. But what if it is an inner demon she's not expecting? Can she truly understand the many shades of love?