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The Mystae by Nick Whitby
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The Mystae

by Nick Whitby

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 184842390X, Paperback)

An exhilarating coming-of-age story that explores the intensity of adolescent relationships.

Preparing to leave small-town Cornwall for the bright lights of university and beyond, best friends Ina, Holman and Tre arrange one final night together. Inspired by Ina’s Greek heritage, they gather in a sea cave late at night to perform an ancient ritual that they hope will cement their friendship forever. But as the waves rise to cut them off and the ritual unfolds, hidden betrayals emerge and they begin to fear that the cave may hold other unimaginably dark secrets.

The Mystae premiered at Hampstead Theatre in February 2014.

Nick Whitby has had his plays produced on the Edinburgh Fringe, at the Donmar Warehouse in London, and in major productions in Europe. He has written for various comedians and for TV, including sketches, sitcom, drama, comedy-drama, animation and documentary.

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