Our past life history veils a hidden saga of humanity.
September 11, 2001: Ooma Qadir is in the South Tower of the World Trade Center when a plane hits the North Tower. This horrific event triggers past life visions—a cabal of mysterious storytellers and a dangerous anthology in Islamic Cordova, 1001 AD.
When Ooma is rescued by Amar, her boss, her visions enter his mind as well. They are a part of a qaraq, a group with the gift to recall past lives. The souls of the qaraq keep reconnecting over millennia. Cast out of this powerful group, Ooma is desperate to be accepted again. These new visions of the qaraq’s creation of a subversive manuscript are the key.
The Qaraq and the Subversive Manuscript, Book 3 of the 1001 series, is an extraordinary story that recalls the historical intensity and cultural complexity of The Thousand and One Nights. Like Scheherazade, Ooma and the others tell their stories as if their lives depend on it. 1001 conjures up magical, dark, humorous, and visionary reincarnation tales.