Back at the base of Sector 45 Warner is recovering from his near-fatal gunshot wound. He needs to conceive a plan to get Juliette back and find a way to suppress the inhabitants of Sector 45. His obsession with Juliette becomes stronger every day and he is determined to find her as soon as possible.
Fara, a fifteen-year-old girl, is going to watch Marnix and Suzie on clown night. Clown night is a tradition in Westerdam of which nobody really knows it’s origin. Fara gets the children to bed and sits herself comfortably on the couch. Suzie starts to cry and tells Fara that a clown was standing next to her bed.
Shirin is used to moving and having to start a new life at school. The 9/11 attacks had a major impact on her life. Nasty words and slurs are constantly being fired at her. Nobody wants to have anything to do with her, just because of her reliion, origins and the hijab she wears. At school, she meets Ocean James, a handsome boy who is genuinely interested in her.
After the death of Katy’s father, she moves to West Virginia with her mother. Katy is not thrilled about this, but she decides to make the best of it. She calls on the neighbours and meets Daemon and Dee.
In the last book of the Truth or Dance series, India is in her final year at the dance academy. India and her friends Lisa, Zoë and Nikki are still being ‘harassed’ by their anonymous stalker who sends them nasty messages and forces the girls to do terrible things. This year the girls have a strong feeling that their stalker is more dangerous than ever.
In this book, the main character named Liv moves to England with her mother and sister. Her mother has found a new love: Ernest. They move in with him. Liv and her sister Mia meet their new stepbrother- and sister. At school, Liv meets the popular boys Henry, Jasper, Arthur and her stepbrother Grayson. For some reason, the boys suddenly appear in Liv’s dreams. Liv seems to be able to control her own dreams. She finds out the boys are also able to do this.
The girls India, Lisa, Nikki & Zoë are suddenly added to a group chat: Truth or Dance. At first, they think this is part of some school activity, where they have to complete assignments to get the leading role in their ballet academy. But Truth or Dance makes the girls do extremely dangerous things. Slowly, the assignments Truth or Dare gives them are getting more and more dangerous. In no way the assignments are a school activity – lives are at stake.
The brothers Sam & Jason have always been best friends. But when Jason confesses that he would rather be a girl, the brothers drift apart. This announcement is a huge shock for the family. The issues surrounding Jason are blocking their mother’s political ambitions. The family is not accepting at all and therefore Jason decides to go and live with his aunt, where he can be himself. Sam is not sure how to cope with this and is very confused.