This book is a narrative and expression of Hine's life experiences. Some of it is dark, but the underlying message is peace and hope.
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“I’ll tell you what happened in Tulisaari.”
Those are Annika’s last words to her daughter. Shortly after, she is killed in an accident and all her secrets are about to be revealed. After her mother’s sudden death, Emilia is overcome by grief. As sorrow turns into curiosity, she starts to delve into her mother’s mysterious past. The search takes her to the small town of Tulisaari in Finland, where her mother grew up, a place Annika had left for good after a great tragedy occurred there. Emilia decides to find out for herself what really happened in Tulisaari all those years ago.
But someone doesn’t want her to find out the truth...
Below is an extract from 'The Daughter', the first novel of the Tulisaari trilogy by Sara Onebbo.