Lucy Wright, sixteen and a paraplegic after a recent car accident that took her mother's life, lives in Queensland on a 10,000 acre farm with her father. When Lucy investigates strange lights over the creek at the bottom of the property, she discovers a mystery that links the lights to the science of cymatics and Scotland’s ancient Rosslyn Chapel.
But beyond the chapel is an even larger mystery. One that links the music the chapel contains to Norway’s mysterious Hessdalen lights, and beyond that to Saturn and to the stars. Lucy’s discoveries catapult her into a parallel universe connected to our own by means of resonance and sound, where a newly emerging world trembles on the edge of disaster. As realities divide, her mission in this new world is revealed and she finds herself part of a love story that will span the galaxy.
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Having lived for a few months in Australia, visited Cairns Queensland for a few days, I was excited to read a story that looks at the area and people of Queensland. Lucy is a paraplegic girl who faces a lot of guilt and struggles. Her accident that caused her paraplegia killed her mother. She blames her self for her loss. Lucy is grieving the first half of the book, her resilient spirit may just not handle this struggles between her guilt and her life. She has excluded herself from society a young girl who was social bright talented person. Focused on her families business, and being the least problem to her father. The lights changed everything, while depressed and stressed Lucy went out into the quite evening, to find an amazing floating light. She does not believe what she sees, but the information she finds is only the tip of the iceberg. The look into Cymatics where music creates Geometric shapes, and Rosslyn Chapel is an amazing connection. Its an interesting connection was the Hexagonal Storm on Saturn. The author seamlessly connects these dispersed ideas into one mythology that makes a great series of stories.