This is the second book in a three-part interactive series based on one of the hottest topics of our day: the end of the Mayan Calendar and the world. Steeped in Mayan history and packed with action and adventure, "Lost Souls" invites young readers to explore the mystery surrounding 2012. In this trilogy created by new media genius Jordan Weisman, the son of archeologists, Nathan is your typical boy-one of the smartest at his school, but fails at everything because he won't apply himself. Nathan is shocked when on his thirteenth birthday, he receives his birthright from the Mayan god Kukulkan: the ability to travel the frequencies and interact with spirits. The fate of the human race rests with Nathan, who must play a game with Kukulkan for the world's survival-all culminating with the end of the Mayan calendar on December 22, 2012. Now it is time for Nathan to use his newfound gifts, fulfill his potential, and save the world! Two months have passed since the events of Burning Sky, and things have changed for Nathan Richards.Incensed by Kukulkan's victory and the unexpected loss of his mother, he refuses to play "The Game of Lost Souls" again until he knows what the stakes are - until he meets a girl named Mavis in the field museum. They hit it off immediately, becoming good friends with the possibility of being more. The only problem is that she died mysteriously at the Chicago Columbian Exposition, more than 100 years ago.