Part 2 of Book 1 (Serendipity)
The Weaving tells five stories
It tells the stories of Tarik Gursoy, a young Kurd, whose father became embroiled in Turkish politics which cost Tarik the life of his mother and sister at the hands of Ergenekon.
It tells the story of Scott, a white Zimbabwean boy, whose father's efforts to preserve the past simply contributed to the disaster of Zimbabwe, and how Scott ended up with his step-father, Bernard Khumalo.
It tells the story of Ashley Robinson who grew up in New Orleans and how her family which was split over disagreements on civil rights was united by a hurricane that put her remaining family to flight.
And Sam tells the story of his growing romance with Emma, the girl next door on Aotea.
And it tells the story of Gennady Prosperov, an electrical genius to rival Nikolai Tesla, who's career in the Soviet Union, led him to form a theory of the paranormal which has become his life's work.