Hidden meanings, puzzles, and unsolved mysteries
There are many hidden mysteries and dilemmas in the book, some obvious, many not obvious. Here’s a list to get you thinking. You need to read the entire book to solve most of them. E-mail me with your questions and discoveries: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tutu’s last words: “Look to the waters, my child, for they are sacred. Listen for them, for the ʻāina is singing her song. Who is the ʻāina in the story?
- At her tutu’s funeral, how was Procyon beckoning to Sage?
- What does Sage’s Déjà vu moment when she first stands on Thalassa mean?
- What is the significance of 11.46 light-years?
- What did Sage’s dreams of facing giant waves mean in the context of her life?
- Why couldn’t Sage see the woman in the light?
- Why did Maka save Sage?
- What is the significance of Nesoi markings on the cave walls?
- Where did the cetaceans of Thalassa come from?
- Who is the volcano? What does it mean?
- Did Sage discover the connection between her ancestors and the Koholā?