I originally published the five-book series The Descendants in 2013-2015. Since that time, I’ve received a lot of really helpful feedback from honest reviewers – mostly positive, but with some suggestions on how to make the series even better. I always say our readers are our best teachers, so I’ve listened to that feedback and cast a fresh eye over the books.
The result is that I’ve merged books 1 and 2 of the original series and taken out all of the resulting waffle. Relationships are smoother, the story is less cluttered, and the rest of the series has been edited for continuity. I’ve just republished the revised four-book series under its new (and I think more relevant) name, The Wisdom.
If you previously read The Descendants and are interested in reading the revised series, please let me know and I will send you a free copy for honest review. If you’re a new reader, I hope you will check out The Wisdom, now available from Amazon.
Just before Stephen died, he left a note.
And the note read: Don’t let them get my children.
Some say the Wisdom is knowledge of the Creator. Others claim it’s a myth. All anyone really knows is it was lost long ago – and now the Sirians have returned to Earth to retrieve it.
Meanwhile, 17-year-old Itzel Loveguard has written another story – and this time, it may have killed her father. Now, she finds herself entangled with an unexpected cast of characters – her estranged half-brother Oz; his unfailingly charming friend Seth, who can draw things into existence; and the handsome grey-eyed Aidan, who seems to have stepped right out of Itzy’s dreams in pursuit of a mysterious black pulse that speaks to him in the night.
With these new friends, Itzy is flung on an emotional journey, as they unravel the mystery of why her father took his life. But what will they do when they learn the explosive truth of who Itzy really is?