About The Book:
An ancient riddle for a modern crisis
Cursed to be never believed, a princess in a town called Troy once shared the dooms of family and friends, enslavement and violent death, when they laughed at her frantic warnings. In The Sibyl Reborn, she reincarnates to stop global warming only to discover she might be the pawn who seals our fate.
Desperate to make a difference, Cassandra Shavano—newlywed, environmentalist, metaphysical novice—petitions the universe to break the curse and the curse strikes back, baiting her to enter a labyrinth fraught with ambition, seduction, murder, and grief, a gamble whose stakes remain hidden until she’s trapped inside the maze.
Crushed by guilt and stalked by relentless foes, the activist must summon the courage to survive the trap and solve an impossible puzzle, or humanity will suffer the dooms of her former incarnation life after life forever, including her soul mate and unborn daughter.
Imagine loving your lifestyle–hiking, dancing, practicing yoga, metaphysics and karate–only to fall asleep while driving, roll your pick-up into a gulch, and become paralyzed for life. Prior to your spinal cord injury (SCI), you enjoyed a twenty-year railroad career: first as a locomotive electrician and later as a traffic manager. Desperate to regain your life, you study Neuroscience to support research that seems offer hope. This takes you to the White House, to behind-the-scenes discussions of national biotech policy advisers, and [in a bizarre twist of fate] to glimpse a paradigm that’s driving the world over an environmental cliff–a secret so vast and so obvious that few would believe it? Because I’ve lived this snapshot, and because Elie Wiesel was right when he said, “Some stories are true that never happened,” I wrote “The Sibyl Reborn” to share the secret through fiction involving characters whose dramas entangle and crash.