My name is Raib, it means gone. I’m fifteen years old and a tenthgrader. I’m an ordinary girl, just like you, your little sisters, or your neighbors. I have two cats, Whitey and Blackie. My parents are nice. My teachers are fun. My friends are great. I’m a normal teenager in every sense, except for one thing. Since I was a kid I’ve kept a secret; an amazing secret. My name is Raib and I can disappear.
Who wouldn’t have gone nuts with excitement when offered a parent-free summer vacation in Paris for two whole weeks?
Fay Regina Wiranata---who recently entered her senior year in highschool---experienced such excitement when her parents told her that they had enrolled her in a two-week French course in Paris. But once she set foot in the city, her excitement was gone in a puff when a stranger kidnapped her and asked her to pretend to be a Malaysian girl named Seena.
A kitchen found in a horrible disarray, along with the word "Enjah" scribbled on its wall, are events that had been terrorizing Rama's rented old house for some time. With the help of his best friend, Rama worked hard to catch the culprit who seemed to be able to sneak and act freely under his careful watch. But Rama's efforts had brought him to a dark and evil path instead, the moment he found out that "Enjah" is actually a command.