A: The trilogy begins with Gaia's Wasp, the hero's coming-of-age epic. The story starts as
Screw that, plot summaries are about as useful as those charts with boxes and arrows. Read the free sample and figure out for yourself what makes it so good. Then read the whole book, and write your own damn synopsis, which will be useless.
Okay here is a synopsis, which is FULL OF SPOILERS.
DO NOT READ THIS.
Some kids grow up.
Aliens invade Earth.
Also, six colossal lasers.
A: Yeah, baby. Gaia's Wasp is 137,000 words, 700 pages, 300 hi-res pictures. Dandelion Slap is 150,000 words, 800 pages, 400 pictures.
Some other people too, I guess, but who cares.
A: Anyone who can't swallow the red pill. So, pussies.
Here is a simple test: A woman's greatest fantasy is to be raped by the king.
If that sentence raised your blood pressure, then you will be so distracted by anger, you won't be able to enjoy the poetry and adventure of Gaia's Wasp.
And her greatest nightmare is to be raped by the jester.
A: No. Gaia's Wasp is a romantic sci-fi epic, and coming-of-age story. However, romance and maturation require the red pill. So does parenting, if you want your child to be successful. Gaia's Wasp seems stark, even harsh, because it does not pretend otherwise.
A: No. Women are forbidden to read Gaia's Wasp.
A: Yes, here are a few.
A: Dr. Jerk is uncomplicated. If you like him, he will probably like you.
Of course, respect takes a little more.
A: Yes they did, until now. These are not the pictures you expect.