This story follows William Rudned – a wealthy yet depressed businessman – and follows a demon named Milena. She wants William to become a Messiah of a future world and takes him on a journey through different lives which opens his eyes to fulfil his destiny and to change the future.
Laura is terminally ill. Her only hope is to be frozen until she can get a cure. When she wakes up 40 years later, Laura can’t remember anything and the world around her has changed a lot. Her family probably doesn’t exist anymore and her old best friend is unreachable. The more Laura searches for her past, the more she is helped by the people and new technical developments around her.
16-year-old Clemens prefers to be on his own. He often sits in his room and even detonates a bomb in his own house. His father Ernst sees this as an experiment that got out of hand, but Clemens’ mother Mildred is very concerned. Lenthe, Clemens’ twin sister, get caught into clubbing and gets into a relationship with a man who is twelve years older. Not long after that, Lenthe feels like someone is chasing her and she receives anonymous notes. Then a girl disappears and all of the tracks lead back to Clemens…
An exciting book with a super good ending which is very surprising. Chinouk has put a nice spin on the story with the connected souls of Carmen and Jessie.
The four friends Mint, Sky, Alissa and Milas decide to all participate in an escape room. They are welcomed by Cleo in the escape room. The friends are given 60 minutes to solve the problems and to try to escape from the escape room. At first, the escape room looks like a nice and fun game, but later it appears that someone has locked them up and that they want to make them pay for earlier times.
The book begins with Sarah, the main character. You follow her in this story with her friends Fee, Jamie and Alyssa. The girls often meet on Friday evenings to have a girls night with a sleepover. But this Friday evening is very strange: there is a strange man outside their door, a window in the house is broken and all the doors were ajar. A moment later one of the girls is killed.
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.
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.