This young adult mystery horror takes us to a remote borderline village in an intentionally unspecified place and time where people still live by their own rules and still believe in old gods. Twelve years ago, four children suddenly disappeared without trace. Now during the winter solstice, three of them returned out of nowhere as teenagers with no memory of what happened to them. Astrid, Tom and Sonja have to unite to face the prejudice of the villagers and to find out, what happened to them and where the fourth missing child is--Astrid's brother Max. Twelve nights after the winter solstice is the most dangerous time of the year as the border between human world and underworld is thin. And the kids--now adults--will discover that the ghosts from their nightmares are real and waiting for them.
About the Author
Katerina Sardicka hails from the Czech Republic. She started with writing when she was 15 years old. She has a weakness for 35 mm movies and story telling about nothing and everything. She is a representative of her own genre, the young adult mystery horror.