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Reviewed by Lynette Fowlston for Readers' Favorite
Gaia Dreams by Pamela Davis is a book that will leave the reader wondering and looking around. Gaia is Greek meaning land or earth or the Greek version of Mother Nature, and now Mother Nature is retaliating, one state, town and country at a time. When a women predicts a hurricane coming into Florida on a specific day, the meteorologist passes her off as just another psychic. When a young girl dreams of drowning, another predicts a destructive earthquake destroying Los Angeles, and other calamities that occur it is too late to start listening to them. Now the family pets have become involved and communicating with their owners. As people try to find their way to a safe place they begin to wonder. Is God destroying the world or have we in our own way destroyed the earth?
When I first started to read this book, I found it hard to put down. The story is quite interesting, but I feel it is more in the paranormal genre than Sci-Fi. The book does jump back and forth from town to town, person to person, and one can lose track if reading too fast. This is a very large book that is not fast paced, and I feel needs to be read deeply to get the full potential out it. If you like books in this type of genre, then I feel like one can become very involved in this book.