Larissya’s life changes forever when her Grandmother gives her a magic crystal that shows her glimpses of the future. Hunted by mercenaries and an evil group known as the Triad, she is rescued by a large brute of a man named Talos and his band of diminutive followers.
She soon discovers that everyone thinks she is the one referred to in legend as The Crystal Warrior. And that her destiny is to gather the magic crystals and lead an epic battle against the Triad. A battle that will determine the fate of Agorai itself. But she doesn’t yet believe that she is the one.
The Triad has other plans. Plans that involve capturing the crystals and using their powers for themselves. Plans that involve murder, madness and pain. They have been waiting a long, long time for the Warrior to awaken.
From the magic swords Shakari and Antare, to the gigantic reptilian bird known as Taradahn, to the mysterious worm of power called Ishak, to the magnificent tree city of Frizl, Larissya’s story is full of wonder—and darkness.
Will she triumph over the forces of evil?
Will she obtain the power of the crystals?
Will she be able to save her friends?
Or will they die at her side?
Scarred from a battle they barely survived, Larissya and her companions embark on a journey that will take them far away from everything they have ever known. Determined to find the source of her powers, Larissya retraces the ancient path through the stars. It is a path that will lead them into the unknown. Into danger. Into a place where magic flows like blood.
Returning to her home world of Agorai, Larissya expects to find the peaceful land she left behind, untainted by the evil of the Triad which she and her companions had vanquished at the Battle of the Scar.
But things have changed in the years she has been away, and new forces are at work. Her crystals are uneasy, and the glimpses they show her of the future are disjointed and fluctuating. An ancient evil stirs under a pile of stones. The stream of time will be altered. She looks down at the world spinning beneath her, and then at her friends, wondering if any of them will survive.