“I regret it now of, course. I’d give it back if I could.”
“There is no higher power, Ruben, no God that keeps a book of your good deeds and bad deeds. There’s only hate so strong it survives death.”
“Winter came early this year; otherwise they might have found them earlier. Maybe they could have even saved them if the snow hadn’t covered their bodies so completely like it had covered the rest of the town.”
“There are ancient things living in the woods, evil things. They are angry that we have forgotten them and we do not worship them anymore, that we do not give them sacrifices anymore.” Jelena Dujak brings us a truly unnerving tale of ancient forces driven mad by jealousy and willing to do anything to punish those that have wronged them.
“Growing up I remember a lot of instructions. The front door had four locks, each with a different key of course. We lived in small house with no backdoor, so if I wanted to play in our small garden, I had to leave through the front door – after unlocking and locking all the four locks of course.”