Caim (Antipodes Series Book 4) by T.S. Simons
Sometimes traditions shouldn’t be forgotten. Going back to their Gaelic roots, the community entrusts their safety to the circle of protection the Caim provides. As it envelops them, Freyja and Cam are blissfully happy. Living with their family and friends in their isolated community on Lewis, they finally feel safe and content. But when old acquaintances arrive with shocking news, they leave their safety behind as they try to learn the truth of why they were chosen, and what diabolical plans the scientific communities have designed, just for them…
Love, loyalty, and friendships are tested in this thrilling fourth instalment of the Antipodes series.
~ AMAZON ~ KOBO ~ BARNES & NOBLE ~
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T.S. Simons is an Australian-based author of Scottish heritage. Living in the alpine region of Australia, she believes in the values of sustainability and community in a world where we place greater value on possessions than people. She enjoys posing philosophical questions that make readers think, and reflect on the world we live in. The Antipodes series addresses the question—if we gave young people the opportunity to start over, would we replicate the mistakes of the past?
Her desire to assist others saw her working in international development before realising that her passion lay in education. She holds Bachelor and Masters degrees from Monash University and enjoys reading, travelling, mythology, snow skiing, and attempting to live as sustainably as possible. She is owned by two, rather bossy, standard schnauzers and two rescue cats who co-manage her household.
The Antipodes series comprises Antipodes, The Liminal Space, Ouroboros, Caim and Sessrumnir. She is developing a related series, The 45th Parallel, which extends on the Antipodes series. This series comprises The 45th Parallel, Orenda and Bifrost.
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