Jey is a homeopathic healer, trying to keep people alive in a time of societal decay and global warming, but it’s a losing battle. So, she jumps on the idea of joining a colony vessel and making a fresh start, someplace far away from poor ailing Earth.
At first all seems well on the spaceship, called the Two by Two. But the first twinges of uneasiness come from Jey’s friend’s daughter, a girl whose empathic abilities have been aggravated by the sheer human density aboard the spaceship. Some of the passengers and crew simply “feel” wrong.
And it turns out the uneasiness is grounded in fact. All is not what it seems aboard ship. Some would-be colonists aren’t really there to build a better world at all. Their plan is to subvert the growing world for a shadowy organization, the Z Corporation.
I usually try on these reviews to help the book find its audience. I think this book’s readership will be mostly women, the sort who say they’re spiritual but not religious. Definitely more for those who like space opera rather than hard SF. And it’s a book for adult readers, not a YA/adult crossover read. For this audience, Seeds of Change should be a satisfying read.
So, what are you waiting for? Go check out the Look Inside: https://www.amazon.com/Seeds-Change-Aride-Universe-Book-ebook/dp/B07NPZDCQB/.
Happy reading! : )