They thought they were done with the parallel universe. But it wasn’t done with them.
Billy Boustany had the adventure of a lifetime. Now, all he wants to do is to go back to the amazing universe he discovered. But the power brokers over there warned him to stay away and keep his mouth shut.
At the same time, Diyami Red Hawk, an idealistic young man from that universe has connected with Billy’s daughter and is on a mission to build a modern Native American city in our world. But he’s getting nowhere—until he finds support in unexpected places.
A plea for help from the other universe gives Billy his chance to return. He and his wife immerse themselves in the beauty and splendor of this odd, intriguing world. Then they encounter dark secrets lurking beneath its surface.
Billy, Diyami and their friends have to make the biggest decision of their lives, with the fate of two worlds hanging in the balance.
At the end of A Universe Less Traveled, Diyami Red Hawk, the young engineer from the Native American city of Cahokia in HD, embarked on a mission to build a new Cahokia in our world of SD. But he is “an innocent abroad,” who is baffled by our strange customs and beliefs.
With the help of his SD girlfriend, Meredith Boustany, the daughter of Billy and Carol, Diyami begins to learn the ways of SD
and how to make his dream a reality.
This excerpt, from early in A Universe Disrupted, shows a part of his on-the-ground education.
Billy and Carol Boustany, while in HD along with their new friend, Lisa McDaniel, see signs for an event, the Water Festival, in the north St. Louis neighborhood called Seven Wonders.
Over a glass of wine one evening, their host, Leonora Matsui, tells them the story of the origin of the Water Festival.