Evah & the Unscrupulous Thwargg is a sci-fi fantasy adventure rich with heroes and villains, exotic mythology, the search for one’s place in the universe, diverse characters, female and male leads, personal and social conflicts, mystery, and supernatural content that explores connections between loved ones, living and dead.
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In the solar system of Spirea young Evah is haunted by mysterious visions and hopelessly alone. She confides in what she believes is an imaginary friend, but the creature has a lot to say about her legacy. Her emptiness is abated, but when children start getting hurt around her, an elite branch of psycho analytics known as the Thwargg seeks to have her under their control. They are an organization with upper management who use their technology for motivating citizens and their children to exact their plans. But there is more going on than what meets the eye. Evah doesn’t know she’s the first gifted female in centuries from a tribe of supernatural people known as extuiters. Members of the Thwargg have been looking for her and aim to use her to help raise up a wealthy businessman to rule the system.
Her secret friend imparts to her the story of the last official government extuiter. His training, the substance of his guiding perspective and his adventures are revealed. Evah learns he was lost and likely murdered by the Thwargg and a powerful extuiter working for resources to pursue a connection to the god of his vanquished tribe. Spirits of the dead mingle with the dark extuiter and a collective connection to disembodied extuiter entities is realized that heightens the gifts of living members. Indeed, there is a mysterious entity that may be at the root of Evah’s torments and cruel activities.
On an uninhabited ocean world Skenkin, a Thwargg woman, awaits word of her lost child. She too has a haunted past. She is a murderess with a history of conspiracy to control the members of the extuiter tribe. She strives to be free of her father’s control and integrate into society but finding her inner moral compass and personal point of view is an immense challenge. She has been hidden away by a trusted official. Evah’s imaginary friend turns out to be very real and working with him to expose duplicitous Thwargg activities.
When Evah finally comes face to face with the Thwargg she is convinced that working with them and being reunited with her mother is the best way to find inner peace and belonging. Through Thwargg dream technology a collective dream of her people is revealed that tells of their destruction at the hands of a Thwargg explorer. They were a matriarchy with the collective power to create great pavilions, cities and flying crafts but it was their cosmic duty to direct souls into the afterlife. Many wayward spirits were abandoned to roam the surface of the tribe’s planet when it was vanquished. Evah’s connection to the past is becoming clear. She is placed on the extuiter’s home world where she is immersed in unexpected mysteries that turn her into a powerful being known as the Crystal when she is inhabited by the lost spirits.
Miraculous architectural manifestations begin to appear that conspirators desire to use for their gain. Evah’s telekinetic and telepathic powers may have no end, she levitates and has a relationship to particles unlike any recorded extuiter gifts. Despite her immense gifts she cannot solve the mystery of her father’s disappearance, the last government extuiter, whom she longs to find for guidance and to prove her mother innocent of his death.
New members of the tribe’s ancient order are being selected but they are in danger of being murdered by authorities who only want Evah’s power and not a tribal rebirth. As the long-awaited ascent of the system’s new ruler proceeds the conflict between the mortal and the supernatural will have its resolution.
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