’Dear Lord, if you really exist, and if you’re listening, please, hide me from it! I wish I were invisible, I wish it never, never found me! Oh Lord, please! Protect me, hide me!’ The whispering words of the child come to life every evening, after dark. Even if God hears them, he doesn’t pay attention, probably he is busy. Lenka is begging without stop, and getting around God, she is crying for help unconsciously, waiting for salvation from somewhere else. She doesn’t even suspect that it makes a long-forgotten curse break. Laura is fourteen when she gets the call for help. Her everyday life overturns, she’s devoured by hallucinations, and her father is caught by that. The life of the Mazotti family turns into a nightmare. Lenka is trying to hide from an imaginary monster, which her psychopathic foster father embodies. The monster is getting closer and closer to Lenka, so she commands her one time twin to come to her place through time and dimension. Step by step, the two girls, Lenka and Laura discover their Karma and former identities. Dreams, ghosts and visions help them put the puzzle pieces together, while in the real world they are prosecuted by law, and doctors try to diagnose the thing which is undiagnosable. But there’s someone who doesn’t want the curse to break. Who throws grit in the bearings This story leads the reader across Sicily and the Mediterranean Sea to Croatia, to the suburb of Zagreb.