Gillian Anderson’s “addictive” (Marie Claire) paranormal thriller series comes to a thrilling conclusion in The Sound of Seas, involving time travel, ghosts, alien technology, and strange spiritual powers…the perfect combination for X-Files fans.
After discovering the secrets to the Gaalderkhani tiles—ancient computers that house not just memories, but untold destructive force—Caitlin O’Hara’s son gets accidentally thrust back in time. In order to save him she must master the power of the tiles and figure out what the Gaalderkhani’s modern relatives are searching and killing for. Can she put the pieces together and bring her son back home again?
In the exciting finale to their acclaimed paranormal series that’s been praised as “a real page-turner” (New York Live) and for “fans of Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child” (Publishers Weekly), Gillian Anderson and Jeff Rovin pull out all the stops in The Sound of Seas. This is a novel that will not disappoint.
The third and final volume of Anderson and Rovin's Earthend Saga is sure to please readers of the previous two books, A Vision of Fire and A Dream of Ice, though newcomers would have benefited from a summary of what came before. Manhattan psychiatrist Caitlin O'Hara has teamed with U.N. translator Ben Moss to solve the mysteries of the long-dead world of Galderkhaan, an advanced ancient civilization that once ruled Antarctica. Caitlin's soul has wound up in Galderkhaan in another's body, while her own body remains, unconscious, in a New York City hospital. Caitlin's efforts to deal with experiencing another time and place, as well as finding her way back home, are complicated when she learns that her preteen son, Jacob, is also present in Galderkhaan in spirit. The plot features further bizarre occurrences that will appeal to X-Files fans, including a spontaneous human combustion, en route to a resolution that leaves the door open to a possible return to the authors' well-constructed imaginary realm.