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The tension is mounting for the teenagers lost in the woods. Mistrust and mutual suspicions are now threatening to tear the group asunder. But suddenly an even greater peril strikes from outside: the teenagers aren’t alone in the woods, and find themselves facing mortal danger. Wicca, modern-day witches, are pursuing their black magic, and are seeking a human sacrifice for their forthcoming important ritual …
Volume 2 of the mystery trilogy set in the abandoned sanatorium.
Dramatic and pacey, with constantly switching perspectives: a thrilling read in the manner of all the best series.
On a field trip, twins Ira and Vanjo lose their way in the woods. They seek sanctuary in a dilapidated sanatorium, where they encounter a group of young people from a boot camp. But something isn't right. Why do all routes lead back to the doors of the sanatorium? Where are the nocturnal gasping and shuffling sounds coming from? Thrown back on their own resources, there's only one thing they can do: solve the mystery of the sanatorium. However, the tensions within the group are mounting, and it soon transpires that they are in real danger.
- Highest level excitement and mystery
- Netflix-style mystery - has similarities with "The Society", "Dark" and "Stranger Things".
- Nightmarish setting: an abandoned sanatorium.
- Group dynamics, psychological tension, dual narrative perspective.
| 14 +
The teenagers slowly begin to uncover the secrets surrounding the abandoned sanatorium. They realise that their great enemy isn’t Wicca, but one of their own group. The tension mounts - and culminates in a gripping showdown. Will the teenagers manage to set their differences aside in order to survive? This battle has long since ceased to be theirs alone.
Mystery in the style of Netflix dramas “The Society”, “Dark”, and “Stranger Things”.
The trilogy’s finale - with a completely unexpected ending.
- Explores the topics of love, dangerous group dynamics and what it’s like to be the outsider
- A moving story that calls our own behaviour into question
- Outstanding narrative structure with two interwoven storylines | 14 +