Heidi Sævareid

Fault Lines

Daniel goes missing without a trace from the Glastonbury Festival and his family is afraid as to what might have happened. In order to find him, Daniel’s little sister Hedda begins to dig into the past. She discovers that her brother has lived a life she knew nothing about. But Daniel is not the only one with a secret. Hedda has gotten entangled in a “Sugar Daddy” relationship, and is afraid that she has brought a curse upon her life through witches´rituals. The story ends at the Nowhere Festival the middle of the Spanish desert. But what does one find in the middle of nowhere?

Heidi Sævareid

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Kasia Kiliszek

Heidi Sævareid (b. 1984) is a highly acclaimed and award winning author, translator and literary critic. She was awarded The Ministry of Culture’s First Book Prize 2013 and three times nominated for Brage Literary Prize for Children and YA. Heidi Sævareid has a degree in Nordic Literature from University of Oslo. She lives in Bristol, England.

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Edited October 04, 2017 by Oslo Literary Agency