Kudzu: Hidden Worlds Book One
Set variously in Asheville, North Carolina; Pensacola, Florida; and New Orleans, Louisiana, the myth-steeped world of Kudzu tells a tale about what it means to be human, with all of our hopes, despairs, and those comically absurd moments that make up our everyday lives brought into sharp focus against a backdrop of the surreal, the fantastic, and the terrifying. More
When she was 15 years old, something strange happened to Evelyn Abernathy at a family reunion in the mountains of North Carolina. She’s spent a dozen years trying to forget the creatures she saw and the things done to her by a girl who called herself Meg. But Evelyn has been marked. Her dreams are beginning to bleed into reality, and Meg still wants something from her.
Her stepbrother, Gabe Devereux, is having dreams of his own, but with his personal life falling apart around him, Gabe is no longer sure where his dreams end and reality begins. Sometimes he dreams of Blake Avery, a man who doesn’t know how old he is. A changeling child raised by a shape shifter who guards a sacred ground, all Blake has ever wanted is to be a normal human being.
They all have demons and secrets they dare not share, but as their paths converge, it becomes clear that only Blake can stop the plan that Meg has for Evelyn; a plan that may well tear many worlds apart. Evelyn’s life now hangs in the balance. Can her brother convince Blake, a complete stranger, to face his fears and save them all?
Set variously in Asheville, North Carolina; Pensacola, Florida; and New Orleans, Louisiana, and spanning from 1979 to 2003, Kudzu is a multifaceted story about time, alternate realities, and the truth hiding in every dream. Most of all, though, Kudzu is a tale of humanity—the many subtle and sometimes not-so-subtle ways we need, use, rely upon, blame, and sometimes, just sometimes, save each other
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