Being reborn in the 21st century, Sabina must stop the apocalypse from happening in the 29th century.
Sabina is a gifted 18-year-old girl living in Sydney, in the year 2037. She carries a unique secret. Sabina used to be the Chosen One, but she failed to stop the apocalypse from occurring in the year 2887. As she died, she asked The True Maker to let her be reborn in 2019 and to keep her powers.
After narrowly escaping being raped by the spoiled brat Joshua Harkins, Sabina has an epiphany: That it is time for her to set out on her mission to find the Primordial Zeto Crystal, also known as the Holy Grail.
Sabina's quest takes her to Jerusalem where evil men are after the Holy Grail for their own nefarious purposes. Facing the conspirators, Sabina sets out on a dangerous quest to find and purify the magical artefact, and to stop it from falling into the wrong hands.
But stopping evil is not an easy task, and what sacrifices must Sabina make to reach her goal. Will Sabina be able to retain her innocence throughout the ordeal?
I was daydreaming in school, thinking about how I could convince John, to pay for a trip to Jerusalem. The city wasn’t safe for a girl to travel alone, and I didn’t want my parents to come with me, as I had an objective that could get them in trouble. Maybe I could use religious zeal as my reason for going? John would certainly be happy if I visited the holy city of his ancestry, since he is a devout Jew.
While I was busy daydreaming, Joshua approached me. Joshua was every teenage girl’s dream: Good looks, charming, a first-team player in rugby, soccer, and cricket. However, he wasn’t my cuppa tea. I wasn’t particularly interested in sex or boys, and my good looks were more of a curse, than a blessing, as boys kept approaching me.
“So, I am having this party Friday night ... Would you like to come?” Joshua asked.
“But Josh, I thought you were playing Rugby on Saturday morning?” I could tell that my reply made Joshua slightly uneasy, but he found himself quickly.
“Well, I guess I’m doing both.” Josh replied.
“That’s okay, you’re still young and should be fine.” I said.
“So umm, do you want to come?” Joshua asked nervously.
Did I? The answer was a definite no. Taking different substances to disbalance the chemical responses in my brain, what a dumb idea! But then I remembered something: My secret half-brother, Eric Orchard, who was the same age as me, had spoken about his feelings for this girl, Lindsey, from my class. If Lindsey was going to the party, I could help my brother out. Eric has suffered from depression, mainly from growing up without a father, and while partnering him up with Lindsey wasn’t necessarily the best long-term solution, I wanted to see him happy.
“Are Lindsey McGowan and Eric Orchard coming to the party?” I asked.
Joshua looked at me with a puzzled expression, and replied, “Yeah, Lindsey said she was thrilled to come. As for Eric, why do you ask? No-one likes him.”
I considered telling Joshua, that Eric had a purer soul than he had, and that there was more to life than good looks and success, but I realised that such a prissy approach wouldn’t yield any favourable results. Instead, I took Joshua’s hand, looked him in the eyes and spoke with a soft voice, “Please invite him for my sake, he is lonely, and he won’t cause any trouble.”
I could sense that Joshua was aroused when I held his hand. While this was a bit off-putting to me, it was also a relief. It pained me to reject someone who genuinely liked me, but in Joshua’s case, he was merely sexually attracted to me, and he would be fine. I studied his face to get a hint of his thought-pattern, and, eventually, he spoke. “Yes, you can bring your gay friend to the party if you want.” I thought of pointing out that Eric wasn’t gay, but I didn’t. It served everyone better, if Joshua perceived Eric to be gay, and not a competitor for my affection.