The Chosen of Gaia
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Fifteen year old Albert has just received an invitation that could transform his disappointing life completely – a chance to belong to an advanced and hidden society that only reveals itself to a select few.
Immersed in a new world of mind-boggling technology and intriguing peers, Albert will overcome his fears enough to ignore a few suspicious details. But soon he'll find his family dragged to the center of a scandal that threatens to tear them apart and erase their very identities.
A conflicted Albert must find the strength to challenge authority by relying on his newfound allies and gift for Revelation.
Prepare for adventure, humor and suspense in this fast-paced tale of a "normal" family striving for their place in a "perfect" world.
said Julius. “Please join us, then,” said Sarah, pointing to the free chair by her side. “C’mon, let’s enjoy your gift together.” Julius politely accepted Sarah’s invitation and took a seat right next to Albert. After the family practically devoured the tasty dessert, he knew it was the perfect time to share his news. “I’m glad you all had a wonderful time today with the Beckers and that you also enjoyed my dessert… but that’s not why I’m here.” Julius paused for a second, as if trying to
can’t go with you, though... My mom thinks that I’m at school, so I need to be home on time.” “You’ve already helped us a lot, Violet.” Ruth hugged her friend. “Now it’s my time to use my gift…” “What are you talking about?” questioned Albert. “Well, your gift alerted you to this whole thing, Albert. And I hope my gift can be useful now…” she said, without further explanations. Fourteen The sun was low in the sky. The cold winds reddened their faces, making their wait all the more
uncomfortable. For more than an hour they were on full alert, searching for their target. Maybe it hadn’t been that long, pondered Albert. His anxiety had probably altered his perception of time. He felt like a criminal, hidden behind yet another tree on his school’s lawn, but he knew that things could easily spin out of control if anyone discovered them. Watching those familiar faces happily leaving the school grounds made Albert feel even more miserable and, for a moment, he envied them. Not
should at least give him some sort of comfort for being on the right track. Instead he was even more anguished and torn. “Are you okay, Albert?” asked Caroline, bringing him back from his trance. “Yeah, I’m just trying to understand…” Albert began. “How someone could be so cold and heartless... how people can use others to achieve their goals no matter how many lies they have to spread and how many lives they could ruin.” Albert couldn’t disguise the anger in his voice. “No matter what happens,
and honesty, but he knew very well how hurtful words could be. He simply wasn’t prepared for all of that now. He had great expectations, and hoped he wouldn’t end up with even greater disappointment. “Is it just me or was that guy very rude?” Ruth broke the silence, while taking a seat on the bench as if nothing was ever projected on it. “Seriously, he said he’s from the Integration Department but he didn’t even welcome us!” “Lionel is just not a people-person,” said George. “But let’s forget