Souls are sacred to the human experience. We talk about saving our soul, selling our soul, or how one is soulless. The biological microchip holding the essence of who we are, and if seen, can expose truths a person may not even want to know.
For Claire Lawrence, the soul is a blueprint. Colors glowing inside and through the body culminating at the center explaining the structure of owner. Over the years, she’d learned the base color is a better guide than the shade. Her blessing as a soul reader has her commonly tasked to looking and weighing the good from the evil. Her purpose is to protect those of Satori from one’s whose soul has been corrupted.
Holding out for a rescue, Claire is forced to find her own way in a world turned upside down, in a time before women had rights. Her soul, torn from her body and transported back decades before she was born. Lost and stumbling, in a world both familiar and backwards, until she recognizes a few a familiar elders caught in their own nightmares.
Can the elders help get her home? Will they even want to help, or are they as lost as she is? The truth is in front of her i,f only she can let go of what she knows and open her eyes to see it. With muddled messages and no clear path, can Claire find a way to cross the bridge of time to make her way home again? Or will both her body and soul expire before they can be reunited?