Defies and overshadows the normal definition of siblings’ relationship and jumps to a bizarre world of visions, spirits, love, strange rituals, and shocking revelation.
It is the middle of a silent night when an unexplained force makes Jack write about Jill (though he has neither seen nor heard about her), her mysterious behaviour, her vision of ghosts and the eerie atmosphere in the house she resides; and the stone she picks up from the road and the beer mug she buys from a crockery store both of which possess life.
Why does the vision of a little kidnapped girl appear? Why does the aged lady in the abandoned house have white iris? And why does the sudden scar which appears on her face simultaneously does so on Jill’s face also? These are questions whose answers are hard to find.
The stage is set for Jill and Jack to meet in strange circumstances and unravel their identity, and invisible children giggling in his house, and similar sperm-cell birth marks and strange rituals and a strange priest.
The book is complete: 58,840 words