This summer, Marcie is spending time working at Angel Mounds, the archeological dig her mother heads, along with her brother, Eric, and his girlfriend, Renee. The dig is the site of an ancient indigenous civilization, and things immediately shift into the paranormal when Marcie and her dig teammates meet Lorraine and Zeke. The two mysterious dig assistants reveal their abilities to access the Universal Energy Field with their minds--something Marcie knows only vaguely that her brother has also had experience with. Marcie learns how our planet will disintegrate if action is not taken, and she and her team must decide if they are brave enough to help Lorraine and Zeke in their plan to save Mother Earth, her resources, and her history.
It looks like the summer just got a lot more interesting.
- Paperback | 248 pages
- 140 x 201 x 15mm | 318g
- 22 Sep 2020
- Brown Books Publishing Group
- Dallas, TX, United States
"More than just stories, Tracy Richardson weaves quantum theory into the everyday to life altering effect. What may seem a fun tale is a subtle lesson in creating your own reality. Essential reading for young adults who desire to understand and master the skills to pre-pave their own future." -Traci Harding, Australia's #1 Sci-fi Fantasy Author of "The Ancient Future Series"
"True-to-life characters, contemporary environmental issues, and engaging metaphysical principles skirt the edges of science fiction and magical realism in this modern coming-of age novel." -Laurie Gray, Award-Winning Author of Maybe I Will and Summer Sanctuary
"Tracy Richardson has created an intriguing premise that blends the worlds of sci-fi, spiritualism, and climate activism." -Allen Johnson, Screenwriter, The Freemason
"An ode to the responsibility of taking care of our one and only Earth, Catalyst offers an energetic and immersive experience that spotlights alternate dimensions, energy fields, and our very own human potential." -Genese Davis, Game Writer, Author of "The Holder's Dominion Series"
"Catalyst frames a portrait of collective humanity for each of us to find our likenesses rendered within a profile of the human condition." -Rita Kohn, Senior Writer for the NUVO Cultural Foundation