Sometimes conscientiousness living is the hardest thing Helena has ever done. The struggle to do what she should instead of what she wants is a constant struggle between right and wrong that often feels like the fate of the world rests on her shoulders.
It’s not an exaggeration for Helena: Every move she has made over the last year dictates how the future of mankind turns out. Her every breath brings life or death.
What happens when two parts of one whole can’t decided who is yin and who is yang? What happens when Helena discovers she just might be the most dangerous thing on earth?