Soraya “Soya” Namir Pasdar does not know what to make of her life anymore. One day, she’s in a fatal car accident that results in her death. The next? She wakes up, in Gotham General. Gotham General.
Somehow, someway, Soya ended up dying and then waking up in a different version of herself (who also happened to end up in a car accident).
However, Soya didn’t just lose her old life. She lost her mother and was subsequently passed off to her aunt, an aunt who Soya seldom ever saw or met. But, as always, Soya quickly adapted to her new environment.
Just when Soya thought she was settling in, strange occurrence keep on happening, old family secrets slowly become unearthed and a certain family whose last name starts with “W” and end with “-ayne” (who also wear Kevlar and have funny names) worm their way into her life.
Also, when did Soya have a long last twin? Why is my life like a soap drama?
- Part 3 of Across the Multiverse
All Talia knew, for so long, she was caged. Held captive, strapped down, drugged out of her mind, with no idea how long she’s been here.
Until, one day. It all clears up. She can move. She can escape.
But, who helped me?
- Part 2 of Across the Multiverse
Talia could taste blood in the air, so thick, so thin. Her tongue would roll around her mouth, her ears listening to some heartbeat in New York, thrumming away.
When she came to Gotham, she came to get answers. Answers that would finally let her piece together her identity, her fragmented memory. She was incomplete. So damn incomplete.
But right now, she’s just trying to survive and learn as much as she can without the help of the infamous Bats and Birds of Gotham. Though, it’s a little hard when a random man’s head explodes right in front of her; then, her breaking out of a grave that one time. Yeah. It's just a little hard.
- Part 1 of Across the Multiverse
The Multiverse as we know it is vast and infinite. Anything, truly, horrifyingly so, is possible.
Each story is standalone but technically connected as they're apart of the Multiverse I've established.
Talia from "Harbinger Of" and Talia from "To Reap What You Sow" are two VERY different Talia's (they aren't parallel versions of each other lol they just share the same name, as all).
None of the works are strictly chronological.