The Reincarnators is a New Age, love story about Lauren, who must remember her past and find the courage to use it to save humanity while ensuring the future of
Reincarnators live in clans. They look human. They act human. But without them, no human would exist. Every Reincarnator has a role. Seekers help the head of the family, the Warrior, to discover the meaning of their life. Once the mission is complete, the Seeker is superfluous. It’s a quick existence, brimming with purpose. A Protector’s role is to keep their Warrior or Seeker safe until it’s time. At the height of glory, Warriors are born to save humanity. For the most powerful of Warriors, this means preventing world destruction on a global scale. For the less powerful, it means preventing world destruction on a personal level for friends, neighbours or a needy stranger who would otherwise suffer a grave injustice. Only in a pair with their Seeker, can a Warrior complete their mission thus creating enough life energy for the entire clan to be reincarnated. When things don’t go to plan, the Plague takes hold or London burns to the ground, for example. As severe as that seems, it’s hardly worth worrying about especially when there’s a far more treacherous force to be considered. Love. Nothing could prevent what was to come when Lauren, the Warrior of the most powerful bloodline, fell hopelessly in love with Alexander, a human. All is bliss until a fever strikes. Lauren can open her mind to channel the positive forces in the universe - the sun, moon, ley lines, yin, yang, qi and crystals. It’s not enough to save Alexander. Lauren stands at the graveside on that black day when Alexander’s body is committed to the earth. As she peers into the gash that has swallowed him, she’s grief-stricken beyond comprehension. Not even her Protector, Claire, can console her or more importantly, impress upon her that own her life is at risk. Claire hears an enemy nearby. Shape Shifters are the natural foe to Reincarnators, transforming from human to spirit or object and back again. Feeding on the blood of a Warrior who has just completed a mission, when their aura is shining white, is the only way for a Shape Shifter to live on. “I’ll go back,” Lauren whispers. Warriors have the power to travel through time with just a thought. Until Claire reminds, “And be at this gate again?” Lauren’s eyes narrow. “NEVER AGAIN!” If anyone can alter universal law, it’s Lauren. She makes new rules, commanding each Reincarnator to internalise their past so instinct will guide them without unleashing painful memories. Minds are wiped clean between lifetimes. Freewill is granted. The mission becomes a choice rather than an obligation. The consequences are devastating. Lauren would revoke her decisions, rules that stand strong year upon year. If only she could remember.