Calum : Book One of GAIA
'Who am I?' 'Where am I?' 'Why am I here?' With these questions Calum roused himself, touching his bloody head that had no memory of his whereabouts. Is That Me? He asked himself, seeing his reflection in the water of the clear, clean pond. Bemused, he found himself in front of a large door that lured him into entering. Unable to resist that impulse, Calum found himself drawn deeper into the mysterious cavern, where he received a most startling charge: "We have searched for you, Calum, searched for someone who has the ability. You must save GAIA from the evil that comes for her." Thus begins the saga of GAIA, as Calum, a young lad, is designated to be the savior of this unknown planet. The only positive is that he will have the aid of a series of dubious gods with varied mystical powers, in addition to a young race of GAIAns that may or may be of help. Would that be enough? And who is the enemy that had gods of their own?
- Paperback | 296 pages
- 140 x 216 x 16mm | 345g
- 13 Sep 2010
- A-Argus Enterprises, Incorporated
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About Matthew Hamilton
Matt Hamilton was born in England, and raised in Grays, Essex. Now has no fixed abode. Education after school was in horticulture, not a passion or a want. Just a job. The dreams of life everywhere else, and fantasy was always an escape, an enjoyment. A desire for the real world outside the box, and with a country that had no hold on him, led to his true education; experience, of which are many. From Russia to New Zealand, Argentina and Cuba, He has been to places he couldn't have imagined and could. And met people whose lives are incredible, and others that were terrible. Endured times of despair and times in happiness. A path that took him to places where he had nothing but clothes and an IPod, and had to rely solely on others. To where he was totally stable, and able to do what he wanted. The treasured IPod has survived everything that has happened. A love for water and swimming, though not drinking it. A life long addiction to lollies and current addiction to WoW, neither good for the health. The latter attempting to quit. A fan of Wilbur Smith's writing, and Conn Igguldens Emperor series. The only TV he would take the time to watch is Farscape and Invader Zim. It was through a time of trepidation that he wrote Gaia, a story that he enjoyed to write and helped him to escape the bad times, and takes pride in its creation. Something to cherish and to look back on. His hopes are to emulate the writing ability that many greats have been able to achieve..