Late on a winter afternoon, China Logan goes out for her usual run along the Potomac River and stumbles onto a shocking crime in progress. For China, it is a life-changing event that marks the end of her ordinary existence. She begins a chilling journey through a perilous new reality. Ancient Native American prophecies about the purification of the Earth seem to be unfolding before her eyes, and her own life hangs precariously in the balance.
Morgan Law has produced a fine, suspenseful page-turner in which the unthinkable becomes as real as the morning paper. Engaging characters and plot twists keep the adrenaline running high throughout. Gaea's Tears is a gem among first novels. It defies placement in any one genre. Horror, suspense, sci-fi, occult, fantasy, and even romance readers will all find themselves at home. The story is gripping, and the characters capture your emotions.
Gaea's Tears is provacative
I like reading suspenseful books and Gaea's Tears met my needs and then some more. The book includes horror (but not of the gory sort), romance (not the sappy kind), prophecy, mystery and end-of-times. Finally, the Native American philosophy made me think I wish I knew more. It is a 1-2 night read.