Nathan keeps these powers to himself until he meets Sarah, who has similar, but lesser, abilities. They eventually marry and have four children. The Brimmer children all have these powers at some level, but David and James-William have the greatest of all. They know things. They can understand and do things no one else can. Nathan enters local politics and seems to have a great career ahead of him. David and James-William can see a disaster looming that they know their father can prevent. They guide him onto the national political stage to help correct many injustices in the country and stop the horror they foresee. Religious and LGBTQ themes are also explored, as is the importance of both family of origin and family of choice. Behold All the Dwellers Upon Earth is the first book in The Brimmerverse series.