Ghosts from other worlds, dimensions, and times share their lives and deaths so their tales can once again live on in the Tales of the Multiverse.
Volume 1: The Tasty Girl
Greta Müller lives in a tiny house just outside her parents’ home. One night Greta is awakened with a horrible feeling that something is wrong. After she finally falls back asleep, Greta has no idea of what is about to befall her and the rest of the world as large, green tentacles climb up her house, spread their tendrils over her bed, and sample her flesh.
An alien race called the Whatchamacallit? has just discovered that Greta and the human race are delicious to eat. After they kidnap Greta and take her to their planet, she is tested in their laboratory and presented to the queen in an extravagant banquet ceremony for consumption. Greta finds hope in her newfound alien friend, Love, a fellow captive gifted with amazing abilities that may help them avoid being someone else’s dinner. But can they escape in time?
In this science fiction adventure, a young woman held captive by hungry aliens must utilize creative ways to safely flee before they eat her.
Volume 2: Predator and Prey
The Whatchamacallit? is an alien race that has discovered humans are delicious. Now they are heading toward planet Earth to fulfill a dark mission: to harvest humans as livestock.
A group of elite scientists, military, and government officials initiate communication in an attempt to learn the motivation of the extraterrestrial visitors. After a “First Contact” diplomatic procedure, they discover that the Earth faces a grave threat unless they surrender to the demands of the hungry Whatchamacallit? aliens.
Meanwhile, Earthling Greta Müller has been plagued by strange dreams for some time, leaving her unsure of her reality and past memories of her capture and escape from the Whatchamacallit? planet. Now it is up to Greta and her friends with special abilities, both artificially intelligent entities and horse-like alien creatures, to collaborate to face the Whatchamacallit? threat.
In this continuing science fiction saga, old and new friends unite to aid in stopping the greatest alien threat against human civilization, before it is too late for all. But will Greta’s friends find the human race worth saving? Or will they allow the Whatchamacallit? predators to restore balance to an already damaged ecosystem on Earth with humans as prey?
Volume 3: They Came for Dinner
An alien race called the Whatchamacallit? has discovered something irresistible about the human race – that they are delicious to eat. They have arrived on planet Earth with the intent of harvesting humans as livestock. They have demanded tribute under the threat of chaos to modern civilization.
Greta Müller (an Earthling) and her friends, both “artificially intelligent” entities and horse-like alien creatures, offer hope to defeat the Whatchamacallit? who consider humans an inferior life form to be done with as the alien threat pleases: to be on their dinner plate.
A top-secret group of military, scientists, and government officials discovered that Earth faces a grave threat unless they give in to the demands of the hungry Whatchamacallit? aliens. They are on the hunt to find Greta and collaborate on how to repel the alien threat.
Allies are also on the way to help. But first, they have to travel across the galaxy and evade capture by those who deem them criminals.
In this sequel to “Predator and Prey”, old friends and foes return to aid in the continuing story of the greatest alien threat against human civilization. The Whatchamacallit? came to Earth for dinner and to seek revenge for the murder of their queen.
Kathleen West is an engineer who uses the logical side of her brain so often that her creative brain begs for attention. She received inspiration for her debut novel through strange and vivid dreams that detailed how people from different times, places, and worlds died.
Kathleen decided that these ghost dream stories should be shared in her Tales of the Multiverse® – stories that in another dimension of space, our deepest imaginations, or perhaps in another time or place, may have happened to you.