Harmony (english version)
Résumé des tomes
Tome 1 : One day, Harmony wakes up in an unfamiliar basement having completely lost her memory. All she now knows of the world is the name of her "host," the mysterious voices in her head and a newly discovered talent for telekinesis. She's going to have to get her memory back pretty quickly in order to face the dangers that await her. There are so many unanswered questions, and the fight has only just begun...
Tome 2 : Six years ago, Harmony was a young orphan who was part of a research program conducted by Doctor Torres, due to the signs of special brain powers she had manifested. She has by now developed an incredible talent for telekinesis, which has unfortunately attracted the attention of a private military organization. They plan on setting up a training camp, as a means to their own ends, in order to develop the capacities of Harmony and others like her. Will this organization really be able to make war machines out of these children? And will Doctor Torres to be able to save Harmony from this horrible fate?
Tome 3 : Harmony now remembers the details of her previous life as the subject of scientific experiments aimed to control her telekinetic powers, and, though aware of the tremendous danger it poses, is determined to go back to the research center to get her friends out. All hell breaks loose as the children try to run from their heavily armed captors, and they must put their special abilities to the ultimate test to escape. But a couple of mysterious newcomers with equally strong special powers make an entrance, further complicating matters and raising more questions about the program and the people in it.
Tome 4 : Harmony and her friends have been taken to a peaceful and secure location, away from the medical experiments and grueling training sessions forced on them by their former captors. But Harmony can't help feeling her new "guardians" are keeping something from them, and when young Eden starts having terrible nightmares, she unwittingly sets off a chain of events that prove that Harmony wasn't entirely wrong to be mistrustful.