Two Worlds. One Secret.
Amara Randall is a college student with a passion for exposing the truth. When she sees the havoc the Maya calendar predictions wreak, she decides to debunk the myths and try to restore the peace.
Mahaway is a charismatic young scribe in ancient Maya. But her world is torn apart when a greedy new king declares war on her city.
Now at the end of 2012, Amara’s obsession leads her to uncovering a deadly conspiracy, one with roots dating back more than a thousand years. Using clues Mahaway has left behind as a guide, Amara must stop the conspirators’ terrifying plan before December 21. If she doesn’t, the world really will end.
This spectacular novella is like nothing I have encountered before, with its originality and uniqueness for it combines a chilling, psychological narrative with a historical read that is so extraordinary; hence I am finding it hard to put into words any kind of description.
It was fun to read a story based off the world ending on December 21st. The author created a pretty entertaining concept, and published it so close to the date. Cool beans. I loved reading the history of the Mayan calendar and traditions. Sabrina Ricci did a great job of having the readers think.