Sparklingwater did a lot of things right here. The characters especially are well defined; they have real dimension and individuality. Strong characters are the main driving force of any good story. Scenes have a powerful sense of ambiance and a generous use of sensory detail, making them compelling and evocative. You May Have the Universe articulates insight into the human condition and makes the story rich and multifaceted.
-Tom Hyman, author of Jupiter's Daughter
Laura Alexander, living near Milan, Italy, who wants to rescue her boss, confronts ghostly secrets of the Western and mid-Eastern worlds, and finds redemption through adventure. She defends herself, friends, and the free world, with proponents of perhaps the greatest invention of the last two centuries. Laura takes readers on a resolute path through danger, intrigue, and betrayal. She will need all her wits and her most dormant trait, fearlessness, to survive. You May Have the Universe is just the first of Laura's upcoming adventures.