How can you fix a time fracture that happened a thousand years ago? Repairing time lines is a job for a Superhero. When they’re gone and you're the only one who knows, should you try anyway?
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Thrown a thousand years into the future, Keata Windhunter faces more than a personal crisis. Her entire race is gone, and the people she sees around her now are a vague shadow of who they should be.
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She's normally the sidekick, content to follow the lead of the super-powered, hiding in plain sight to protect a secret. When it is discovered, she is used to betray everything and everyone she holds dear. And now, she's the only one that knows Super is possible.
Time itself seems fractured and unstable, colliding and changing reality. Instinct tells her she can fix it and three clues should help - interactive glyphs just under her skin, ancient scribblings from a crazy woman, and her own fragmented memories.
She needs to do more than repair time. She needs to return the spark that makes humans worthy of life and makes up for their unending cruelties - the spark that made her the first of her kind to say they were more than a curious breed of stupid. The spark that made her greater than the sum of her experience.
But how can she succeed? With a couple sidekicks of her own, both of whom are oblivious to more than medieval life, she needs to find their potential and help them believe it. Help them believe her.
Keata's perception of "now" is chaotic, but she knows two things for sure - someone is manipulating time, and they don't care who dies in the process.
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A SciFi / Fantasy / Time Travel story. Thank you for checking it out!