His band Oblivion rises to the top of the music pantheon, but wealth and fame are not enough for the rockstar. When he purchases Beak's End, the one-of-a-kind abandoned Georgian manor house, his karmic destiny begins to unfold. David's journey to ascension is an arduous one that includes reconciling his two great loves, the reborn Cecilia Ley, now Lia Bailey, and Occultist Ambrose de Ripariis, the man he calls his eternal brother.
When Ambrose time-travels from 1899 to the hidden room in Beak's End, David and Lia are given the keys to the multiverse. The mansion has a secret that has been locked behind a mirror for 200 years.
As David and his now wife, Lia, learn to navigate dimensions and time, details of their past life in Ancient Roman Britain surface. Why does the secret of Beak's End contain a shrine to the Tuatha de Danann? The answers slowly fall into place. David's soul eventually learns that his love for his twin flame and spirit twin can co-exist, and that Lia and Ambrose have a long history of their own.
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About the Author
Deborah grew up between New York and Los Angeles, but has lived in Hawaii, Vermont, British Columbia, Florida, North Carolina, and New Jersey. She has worked as an editor, writer and teacher among other jobs. In junior high school she found her expression in writing both fiction and non-fiction. A lover of the mystical and esoteric, she has always been a seeker of magic and truth. Early on she learned that what we call magic is everywhere for those who know how to look. After SERCH BYTHOL and INNER MAGNETS, Deborah Kaya's upcoming novels will include the third and fourth volumes of the quartet, LIVING TIMEKEEPERS and TAMMABUKKU, which will be published in 2019 and 2021, respectively. Deborah is also author of the upcoming novel, EXPECTING TO FLY. Her projects in development include a novel about the Tuatha de Danann, and an autobiography.
Kaya grew up in Manhattan. She is 18 in Earth years, but her spirit is ancient. Homeschooled her entire life, the city of New York has been her classroom. From the time she was a toddler, Kaya realized that her imagination was her best teacher. She has been engaging in creative plays with her sister, Sara, a writer, songwriter and artist, all her life. Kaya's storytelling ability isn't new to this life. As Kaya, she reawakened her gift with the written word by working with her mother, writing short stories, blogging, taking writing workshops, and writing songs with Sara. Kaya is working on a solo project, a novel entitled LAVERCOLITCA, which shares themes with THE TAMMABUKKU CHRONICLES.