Terrorists have infected Earth's food supply, and the undersea habitat where Imina lives is running an experiment that might save the human race. But now, someone is trying to sabotage that experiment—with magic. Imina's Inuit shaman grandmother died before she finished Imina’s magical training. And Imina’s magic is the only thing that stands between the saboteurs and world wide disaster. More
In the future, a devastating crop virus has rendered earth-grown food inedible, and experiments in sea farming are humanity’s only hope of avoiding world-wide famine. Imina is descended from a long line of Inuit shamans. But her great-grandmother died before she could finish teaching Imina magic, and Imina was sent to live in the undersea habitat where her scientist parents work. Surrounded by “techies,” who’d think she was crazy if they learned what she really believes, Imina struggles to learn magic on her own. Until one day, she senses a spell being cast in the habitat.
Hoping to find someone who could help with her training, Imina goes in search of the mage. But she soon realizes that these magic makers aren’t just using magic in the habitat, they’re using magic to sabotage the sea farming experiment. The scientists who run the habitat refuse to even consider the possibility that magic is behind the string of catastrophes they can’t explain. Which leaves Imina, a half-trained shaman who everyone thinks is crazy, to fight the saboteurs on her own.