I am so excited to be writing a detailed introduction to The Akasha Series! I could write several pages explaining the series, but as you know – each reader interprets a story differently. Instead, I’d like to convey the story using bits and pieces of reviews by readers themselves. Every sentence below is taken directly from a book blogger’s review. I’ve made sure to give the reviewers their due props; see below for links to their full reviews. As I side note – I am looking forward to the review from Ritesh to post tomorrow!
‘Water’ focuses on an ancient organization, the Seven, devoted to extraordinary beings that manipulate elemental magic. The Seven helps in resolving Earth’s environmental issues. The main character, Kaitlyn, is kidnapped and brought to the Seven headquarters where she learned the truth of her role as a Gaia. Throughout the book, there are clear roots of Paganism and Witchcraft, nature-worship, and modern-day environmentalism.
The action starts from the first chapter as Kaitlyn finds herself in the middle of an avalanche, then waking up in an unknown place with unknown people. Little does she know that she has been watched for a very long time, as she has powers that are strong and powerful. As she comes to grip with this knowledge and begins her training to be a Gaia, a whirlwind romance is thrown into the mix. Soon Kaitlyn finds herself headed out to her first assignment with the other members of the Seven. Things won’t go as planned and Kaitlyn must delve into her inner strength to survive.