Itsasoaren atea is a novel that combines personal development with mystery facts. It takes place in the not-so-distant past, on a sparsely populated island. It shows a young girl heading for a new home and beginning to get to know herself as she discovers her mother's and grandmother's past.
It reflects on the relationship between the family past and personal development.
It's the winter of 1870. Elora Duval father´s leaves her in a steamer boat on the way to Cormoran Island. The thirteen-year-old girl´s mother has died, and she must begin a new life in Grandma Brigita's cottage. She will begin working as a babysitter at Galant´s and soon establish a relationship with the little Ariane. But neither Elora nor Ariane are ordinary girls, both can perceive messages or events which no one else can discern, they unlock together the knot of an ancient tragic legend. And most important, Elora will know that she belongs to a strong family of women. Maybe that´s why she can find the Gate of the Sea.