|Death, but not as we know it...
For Winnie, death comes swiftly, when a sinkhole opens beneath her home. As her body decomposes and its components mingle with the earth, her spirit is taken on a journey around the globe, encountering fellow ‘travellers’ from different times and different cultures.
Jennifer is a brilliant student, with knowledge and insight beyond her years, but the voices in her head say otherwise, telling her that she is useless and the world would be a better place without her...
Two very different deaths, with a novice Soul Catcher determined to rescue both their souls before they are lost forever.
A remarkable novel that takes the reader on a journey beyond life itself, exploring the fate that awaits us all with humour, imagination, compassion, and a sprinkle or two of wonder.
Songs for the Ecocene: three stand-alone novels that combine to form one cycle, a triptych that explores themes such as love, survival, and co-existence, with environment as a key factor.This is the third entry in Professor Rachel Armstrong's extraordinary cycle; three songs, each complete in themselves, which combine to form a harmonious whole.
"Written with levity, and mostly as a dialogue between the first-person narrator and their grandmother, both resurrection empaths, Soul Chasers is a rich story that navigates the after-world space of the dead... There’s something harrowing yet mesmerising in this distinctive book by a daring author whose mystery fills you with a morbid curiosity about death." - Aurealis magazine
Available as an A5 paperback and a numbered limited edition hardback signed by the author.