- File Size: 481 KB
- Print Length: 205 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Human Being Publishing (December 28, 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GWS72E6
- RATING: 4.5/5
Forget all that you know. Remember everything else.
In the third book of the Moa Series, Hillary, her sister, Molly, and niece, Heidi, have each lost themselves literally. After saving the Hawaiian Islands with Moa and discovering the Statue of Ku in Egypt, a malevolent force has separated them from their physical bodies, transporting them to an ethereal location, one in which a thought can be manifested in an instant and all actions are illusory. In this timeless space, they will lose themselves, find themselves and, in the process discover a universal secret of immortality.
Let's start off by mentioning the obvious, this is book 3 in the series. You'll probably want to read the other two because this one is great.
Tricia does a great job of connecting her readers to her characters. You really feel for them as they go on. This book is definitely a spiritual journey into a fantastical world.
You also get to experience an entire spiritual world that most people wouldn't even think about. It is a new take on something that most aren't familiar with. I really loved it.
Something else is how multi-faceted the characters (good and bad) are. Tricia definitely took the time needed to develop her characters. She's nailed them.
Since it's the third book, it is possible to read it stand alone, but you don't get to take the entire journey with the main character. So you might want to grab book one and two.
The ending isn't necessarily what you expect, but that doesn't make it a good one. It's certainly worth reading! Check it out!
Tricia Stewart Shiu is an award-winning screenwriter, author, and playwright, but her passion lies in crafting mystical stories.
A creative spirit from a young age, she experimented with acting and wrote one-woman shows and plays. She produced a short performance piece called Doing Lunch which made its way into a short film trilogy directed by Hal Trussel. That film won "Best Dramatic Short" at the Houston Film Festival in 1993.
The author is also a spiritualist and metaphysical adept. She has studied mediumship, pagan and Huna rituals, as well as an energy healing method called "Crystalline Consciousness Technique." She also studied a variety of shamanic clearing methods and healing rituals. She creates her own line of healing essential oils and elixir sprays.
Shiu's Moa series - Moa, The Statue of Ku, and Iron Shinto - sparked by her firsthand encounter with an ancient Hawaiian spirit, takes readers on a journey of exploration through her world of spiritual healing. Each chapter of the books begins with a meditative ritual that pertains to that chapter. The rituals from the first book have been published in both eBook and audio form as The Gatekeeper's Guide to Ancient Essential Oils and Rituals.
In addition to her creative and spiritual endeavors, Shiu has worked as a high-level Executive Assistant for some of the most influential business executives in the Fortune 500, including Rupert Murdoch.
Tricia Stewart Shiu currently lives in Southern California with her husband and their nine-year-old daughter, Sydney. Sydney is a gifted artist, whose photographs adorn the covers and illustrations grace the interiors of all three Moa books.
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