Kaya Cade is having a really bad day/week/month/life. The guitar player has been trying to better herself, break away from the villains she’d fallen in with as a teen, but either fate or karma or the universe seem determined to drag her back down. Then, the real icing on the mycotoxin cake, it seems now the fae are real and plucking out the eyes of any who look on them without permission, as she has.
There is a story shared by the children in town that a witch has taken up residence in a lighthouse out in the hills. With few options, Kaya goes there for help, but the ‘witch’ is someone that remembers Kaya’s past. Will she help? Where have these fae-like beings come from? And how is it related to a child who won’t sleep until she’s exacted revenge?
Irongate is a story about friendships, family, growing up, hidden people zealously guarding their privacy, and about a world undergoing great change. Things that were once only dreamed about are suddenly becoming real, but twisted into nightmares by the irresponsible and reckless. Monsters hunt men, while in the shadows future Gods lie teething.
I'm not Jesus, but we have the same initials. I do often let my hair grow long and not bother to shave, but ask me if I'm Jesus and I'll just calmly shrug and say 'that's what you call me', then walk away over water.