Freja arrives in Singapore during the month of the hungry ghost, when old spirits are said to roam the streets and families must make offerings to appease their ancestors. She's homesick for her Danish hometown and isn't sure she fits in with the 'happy family' of her father, her step-mother and twin step-brothers.
As Freja tries to settle into her new life, a mysterious girl in a white dress starts to appear to her, seeming to beckon her on. Following this figure, Freja begins to unravel an old family mystery - one that must be solved before the month is over, to allow both girls to be freed from secrets long-buried.
H. S. Norup grew up in Denmark and has since lived in the UK, the US, Austria, Singapore and Switzerland, where she resides with her husband and two teenage sons. She has a master's degree in economics and business administration and sixteen years' experience in corporate marketing strategy and communications. When she's not writing or reading, she spends her time outdoors either skiing, hiking, walking, golfing or taking photos. Her debut novel, The Missing Barbegazi, which was shortlisted for the Red Dot Award and named a Sunday Times Book of the Year, is also available from Pushkin Children's.
Children’s & educational
Paperback - B format
Adventure stories (Children's / Teenage)