The Sect: Remy, Nele, Feyza and Jens, four fourth-graders at Albarda College and inseparable since seventh grade.
Casper Wijman has Asperger's. He also suffers from noise and voices in his head, which makes him crazy and desperate. So bad that one day he tells his mother that he is thinking about suicide. He comes from another school and The Sect, and especially Nele, takes care of him.
Being included in such a group of friends is a completely new experience for him, but the attacks in his head remain.
Is the friendship strong enough to overcome the voices and despair?
After thirty years in education, Rom Molemaker became a writer of children's and youth books. His first book was published in 1998: Olaf de Polaf. He wrote almost forty books for Unieboek, Holland and the educational publisher Bink. Two books were nominated for the Young Jury: A corridor with yellow doors, and Murder at school.
Rom Molemaker lives in Utrecht, is married and has two sons, a goddaughter, a daughter-in-law and two granddaughters and is a singer in a Shanty choir.