‘A beautifully told modern
Only the First Ethereal can decide whether humanity is worth saving.
As the world disintegrates, all life on Earth hangs in the balance.
Only two questions matter now: what will the Ethereal decide, and will it live long enough to choose?
I absolutely loved this book…and lost most of a day to it as I could not put it down.
– J.E. Kennedy
Beautifully told, The First Ethereal will stay with you for a long time.
– Mz. Wossy
I’m struggling to put into words how much I loved this book!
– Mrs TeePot
More about the book
In the charming Welsh market town of Pont Nefoedd, super empath Lilly is almost relieved to be living her last human life. With only her spirit guide Jack for company, and the world collapsing around them, she longs for the peace of the Eternal Forest.
When by chance, Lilly meets Storm, a widowed ex-witch who has lost her magic, both women discover that sometimes life can turn on a sixpence.
As Lilly falls in love with life, Storm joins her old friend, retired vicar Henri, on a desperate quest to find the one being on Earth capable of stopping the apocalypse.
Only the First Ethereal can decide whether there is enough good left in humanity to save us, but will the friends find it in time?
Also hunting the Ethereal, but with murderous intent, is a group determined to hang on to their wealth and power and ride out the apocalypse in luxury.
The race is on – and the stakes couldn’t be any higher.
E. L. Williams
E L Williams grew up in the Welsh Valleys in a tiny house full of books and stories of magic. She’s passionate about animals, nature and all things spiritual and frequently combines all three in her writing.
As a sustainability specialist by profession, her writing is influenced by her desire to protect and cherish the natural world. The First Ethereal is her first novel.
Emma lives in Berkshire with her husband and her elderly Miniature Schnauzer. When she’s not working, writing or pandering to the needs of her demanding pooch, she’s usually to be found gardening or coddling her dozens of house plants.