The Oracle is the second book in The Spiral Library series.
After being elected as the successor to the Chief Librarian, Soe continues her training in the library. Now, being 16 years old, more mature and more experienced, the young successor gets used to the role she has been put in. However, things are about to get rocky as Soe explores the forbidden books within the Spiral Library. Everything will take a twist that no one other than Soe is able to stop.
Soe’s mornings change from routine to awakening with memories of strange nightmares. She tries to defeat them by seeking good advice from the Chief Librarian, by ignoring them, or with medicines. They do not leave her till they deliver a message; an invitation from the most unusual person for the most unusual reason…
Her experiences will take her to unknown lands and make her question her self-confidence and decision-making. This time Soe is left all alone without the help and advice of the Chief Librarian to defend the library against its arch enemy, Kal.
While not only her life but others’ lives that are dependent on her are at risk, she does not hesitate to dive into adventure and face danger even when she has to stand against a fierce red dragon.
We will follow Soe’s story as she visits an underground palace in the desert and travels beyond the gates of the rising the sun. Her adventurous journey makes us question our perception of reality in a page-turning thriller of non-stop action.
Note: This book is written neither in novel nor in play format but something in between that we are calling a “play-novel.”