- About the Author
First, a warning; then, a threat. Then, an attack that leaves a series of seemingly-innocuous historical photos destroyed.
A mysterious coded poem - attached to a 1954 archived photo of the National Service riots in Singapore - sets off a chain of events that unravels secrets from the past.
But no one except Owen, the school’s resident freak, can see that the obscure mathematical and disparate clues are connected by only one thing—concepts linked to the Fibonacci sequence. It’s up to Owen and his only friend Clara to decipher what the clues mean, and to uncover a hidden secret—Singapore’s dark past during a time when the dreaded Kempeitai reigned and communism held its sway—before it is too late.
Radhika Dhawan Puri is a former business journalist. While working in India, she won the World Press Institute Media Fellowship. This gave her the chance to explore the United States alongside other international journalists, and better understand the country. In 2002, she won the Polestar award, an Indian award for excellence in journalism, for her coverage of the Internet phenomenon that year.
Cover Type: Paperback
Page Count: 252
Year Published: 2016