• Title: Gaea
  • Author: Robina Williams
  • ISBN: 9781606191835
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gaea Gaea the earth goddess fed up with the damage Man is doing decides to teach him a lesson She ropes in her relatives to help her and three headed Cerberus the hell hound tags along too Quant gold
    Gaea, the earth goddess, fed up with the damage Man is doing, decides to teach him a lesson She ropes in her relatives to help her and three headed Cerberus, the hell hound, tags along too Quant, golden eyed seraph and quantum cat, is there to keep an eye on them all Praise for Angelos, book II of the Quantum Cat series In this sequel to Jerome and the Seraph, WilliGaea, the earth goddess, fed up with the damage Man is doing, decides to teach him a lesson She ropes in her relatives to help her and three headed Cerberus, the hell hound, tags along too Quant, golden eyed seraph and quantum cat, is there to keep an eye on them all Praise for Angelos, book II of the Quantum Cat series In this sequel to Jerome and the Seraph, Williams tells a twofold tale of one priest stranded in the ancient labyrinth of Knossos and another struggling with his own search for holiness with only a small but very unusual cat to guide them both With its graceful hominess, quiet humor, and abiding faith, Angelos belongs in most fantasy, Christian fantasy, or New Age collections Library Journal.

    One Reply to “Gaea”

    1. Anvilicious much? Wow. A wee bit excessive there. Robina had a point and she made it. Blatantly. Fortunately, the writing and story are enough to make up for that and still help me enjoy the novel.This installment of the series leaves Jerome and, to a lesser extent, the friary to join Gaea (the goddess, i.e. Earth) in her quest. Luckily, Quant still features heavily and the general series' premise of what goes on beyond the material world, if you will, is still there and (mostly) consistent to t [...]

    2. In her latest release, Gaea, author Robina Williams joins the latest trend and goes green. The book begins with a man dragging and kicking the body of a woman inside a ditch. Gaea, the Earth goddess, is unconscious, weak, and in severe distress due to men's constant brutal abuse and disrespect regarding nature's cycles and equilibrium. The animals of the forest are in awe at the scene unfolding in front of their eyes.Quant comes into the scene disguised as Leo. He observes Gaea's condition and [...]

    3. Gaea by Robina Williams ISBN 978-1-60619-183-5 Published by Twilight Times Books, Kingsport, TN. (SRP $18.95/ $14.78) Book received from author directly.Review by Chris PhillipsIn Gaea, Williams has created a humorous adventure book. Gaea is the title character, and is believable as a typical of Greek goddesses. She is on a quest to prevent Man from destroying her (she is the Earth after all) and her creatures. Quantum, as the cat or the seraph, is the central character of the story while not tr [...]

    4. I was very interested to see what this book had to offer. It is a fun, easy read with a very strong environmental theme ~ that doesn't beat you over the head. I like the detailed descriptions of some of the things that Man is doing to the planet for which there are other, less damaging options ~ if only we humans would take heed of them.The characters were very personable and fun to follow along with. The Earth Goddess, Gaea (Mother Earth) is quite outspoken in her need to make humans sit up and [...]

    5. Third in a series, this fantasy novel is about Quant, a house cat who can cross between physical dimensions (and do a lot more than that).Gaea (Mother Earth) has had it with mankind’s wanton destruction of her resources, including plants and animals. After being physically attacked by a man, and left in a ditch, Gaea is ready to wipe mankind off the map. Quant, now in the form of a humanoid seraph, takes Gaea to visit God, the Lord of All (the Big Boss). God allows Gaea to warn mankind, or oth [...]

    6. Worrying over the health and happiness of all the animals of earth, the goddess Gaea requests the Almighty Father, God of All, to allow her to teach mankind a lesson for mot taking care of her earth and all of the Lords creatures. By her side during this request is Quant, a seraph (an angel of the highest rank in the traditional Christian hierarchy) that likes to spend time on earth in the shape of a house cat. When God reminds Gaea that he is the only one that will hand out punishment and venge [...]

    7. Gaea is angry. Again and again people have been given a chance to change their destructive, greedy ways. They just don’t seem to care what they are doing to the Earth, the animals around them, or even their own futures. Now they’ve been given one more chance. Will they waste it or will they make a difference?Gaea is an ecological novel written from the perspective of the Earth and other mystical creatures. It’s interesting to see the author’s perspective on how heaven might include even [...]

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