It's eight months since Sophie went missing from a music festival in the summer after her GCSEs. The police search has lead nowhere and Jit, Sophie's best friend and soulmate, is going slowly crazy not knowing what's happened to her. He has to DO something. So he starts on a search that will take him all over Britain, following the clues he finds after tracking down the people Sophie met at the festival.
Eventually the search takes Jit to Scotland and the remote farmhouse that's home to a racist cult. Surely he's close to finding the answers. . . but then everything falls into place and the horrific and unimaginable truth comes to light . . .
A tense and demanding thrillerthe that has authenticity and emotional truth and better still, the courage to approach difficult issues head-on
I was hooked from the start
An edgy read for older readers