“A fantasy with substance, sure to have middle school age readers waiting for the completion of the trilogy. As a St. John’s reader I enjoyed the many local references. The cover design, colors and chapter logos all enhance. I am very pleased to add “Crossing the Rubicon” to my shelves of Newfoundland and Labrador authors. Well done.”Marilyn, Amazon reviewer
After 300 years on the offensive, Nature is fighting back!
Three hundred years ago a mighty sect, known as the Mì-Rùnach, broke away from the kind and peace-loving society that inhabited the earth. They were a power-hungry group who no longer wanted to live in harmony with the land as their ancestors had done. They wanted to dominate it. And so they waged war on the earth, destroying forests, poisoning waters and killing both man and beast. In doing so, they were also torturing Queen Panthea—or Mother Nature as she’s known—attacking her so brutally that she has begun to die.
If she dies, the earth and all the people on it, die with her.
So after three hundred years on the offensive, Nature is fighting back!