In the depths of a forest secluded far from human born civilizations, a family unlike anything known of in the world has found refuge to raise their triplets. They have been provided sanctuary by a benevolent deity.
They live in secret near a community of beings that are human in shape and form but have a closer kinship to plant than animal. This unique race lives a quiet life, protected by a mythical being they only know of as Gaia.
This tranquility is shattered by the arrival of a mysterious stranger. A vampire created by a malevolent goddess has arrived.
Music often inspires scenes, helps mold the tone of a narrative, and in some cases, defines a character.
What follows is a collection of songs that are the soundtrack to this novel.
Have you read the novel:
Garden of Gaia?
Do you have any songs that you think should be added to this list for the soundtrack of
Garden of Gaia?
Send suggestions and ideas to:
In a small village where everything moves at a slower pace, Emeraial is bored. Most are happy with the utopia in which she lives, surrounded by a forest that stretches on for miles, protected by a goddess. She wants more. However, despite her yearning for something exciting to happen, she didn't plan on meeting a vampire.
Maraian has been close friends to Emeraial practically since birth. The pair are rarely separate from one another. She is accompanying her companion when she discovers what appears to be a corpse. Yet, it is somehow regenerating from its condition. When fully healed, he will pose a threat to all life in the village.
Vaialen lives within the pages of stories that he both reads and writes. He is fascinated with mythology and folklore, exploring other worlds in his imagination. This is how he met Emeraial, who found his narratives to be a source of entertainment as well as a way to escape what she feels to be a boring life in their small village.
Baiablio wants nothing to do with social interaction and yet, will not be left alone by Emeraial who seeks knowledge that he possesses on a daily basis. He humors her only in that it is the quickest way to make her go away. He spends most of his time in a library, researching and reading. It is a place for him to go for solitude.
With her triplets safe from harm, she is allowed peace to enjoy spending time with her family. She has begun a new life with her wife in a realm hidden from the world, nurturing their three newborns with loving care. Life is perfect in this ideal existence until the arrival of a horrific threat, one she has confronted before. A vampire.
Kaida has always had a passion for being a storyteller. However, her life on the road as a nomad made it difficult to pursue that dream. Now that she has found a safe, secluded home with her family, she can now tell stories about her adventures, rather than living them. However, fate has intervened with a deadly new arrival.
Bonus Scene: Not Found In Book
In a movie/television presentation of Garden of Gaia... Hopefully, in time, a scene will come to mind that would be an ideal addition to this narrative. However, as of yet, none has been established. If you have read the novel and during your experience with this incredible world, you have come up with a potentially "deleted" scene not found in the book, an idea for the opening, or an interesting way to close out the story, then contact us at this address. If we like the idea, it will become cannon with you credited as creator of this scenario.
Send your ideas to - firstname.lastname@example.org
Where would the Author make a cameo?
Stan Lee is notorious for making a cameo in movies and television series based off his written works. With that in mind, where would the author of this novel make an appearance in a visual adaptation of the book?
Baiablio is encountered often in a library which is visited by members of the community. Each scene set at this location will reveal other people spending time there reading or selecting books from the collection. Each time the author is seen in the background either reading a book or browsing the available literature. For the keen eye, they will realize that the novels he is reading and selecting from those available are books that he has written about other realities.