The Weaving: Changels Genesis Part Two by Peter King


Over six novel length parts, Changels Genesis is a new kind of YA story, a science fiction action-adventure in a contemporary setting. Its about the origins of the Changels – six minority psychic teens from all over the world, empowered to teleport into the world’s most dangerous places to safeguard other teens who, in the future, will prevent a terrible war. It’s a fictional adventure story with mystery and romance but a core of non-fiction truth. Changels Genesis explores real world themes of genetic inheritance, prejudice and genocide mixing fact and fantasy such that, at times, it’s hard to tell the difference.

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After the shock of her UFO encounter DC Sue Williams wants to understand what Sam is involved in. Sam tells Sue how he came to Renwick House carefully leading her from the shallows of Earth’s strangeness, with stories of how his friends from around the world came to New Zealand, into the depths, and the story of how Dr Prosperov’s science experiments shook two worlds.

Hiding from deadly alien infiltrators Sam tells detective Sue Williams how six minority families, all needing refuge, and all with one psychic teenager ended up coming to live and work for the mysterious Russian financier Dr Gennady Prosperov at haunted Renwick House. Then how Dr Prosperov’s amazing experiment in the abandoned lighthouse shocked two worlds.

Like a traditional Maori cloak The Weaving tells how the stories of the Changels; the beautiful but troubled Iranian Baha’i, Tahira; the hunted black Louisianian, Ashley; the calm white Zimbabwean, Scotty; the pretty Vietnamese, Cam; and the enigmatic Russian, Dr Gennady Prosperov were woven together. But it was only when Dr Prosperov’s physics experiments broke between dimensions that the truly strange extent of his conspiracy became clear.


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