Zac is a smart, athletic, twelve-year-old who enjoys life, having fun, spending time with his friends, and especially playing baseball. His world turns topsy-turvy one spring break when his dreams begin. The dreams are so real, he’s not sure if he’s dreaming or actually traveling to these unusual places.
After one dream, he wakes up with black-and-blue marks on his arms. Could they possibly be from the pirate he ran into during his dream? Zac’s discoveries leave him knowing he’s involved in a very serious fight for leadership between the aliens, the Mayans, and the current world as he knows it.
Zac finds out he’s a descendant of the Mayans, but there’s no one to ask about how to deal with his unique capabilities. He’s on his own; he doesn’t have a clue how to address the issues and save his family and his world. When his mother gives him a book, handed down through the generations and not opened for more than one hundred years, it may help him through these struggles. Or does it just make the situation more confusing?