Klara Bergmann, a Jewish woman and former journalist, has to witness her grandfather’s cold-blooded murder by the hands of a Nazi soldier. For the young woman, that moment is the beginning of an odyssey that – with the help of the Klein family – will force her to travel through Germany and hide in Warsaw.
Her peace is short-lived and the shadows of Nazism looms over Europe, and Klara isn’t safe. Alone and once again forced to run in warn-torn world, will she be able to find safety?
An unknown continent in a new world: the soothing voice of an older Abelhard of Nekar walks the reader through the dark, wretched tales of a yet-to-be-explored reality in which the lines between legend and reality are blurred to an unsettling point.
With knowledge as his best weapon and his death approaching, Abelhard risks his life by introducing the reader to the path to a much larger and complex story: the untold history of Ayselan, an epic that, according to him, will speak on behalf of the victims of systemic oppression and break the mental chains of mankind.