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Hide Callum! They will kill you! They killed your father and now they're killing me!
On New Year's Eve, 15 year old Callum Ormond is informed by a very ill male, that his father was murdered by the Ormond Singularity and that they will be the cause of his death as well. However, he could escape death by hiding and keeping low until midnight December 31st.
When Callum receives his Dad's drawings in the mail, his Uncle Rafe takes it and claims it as his own. Callum then bikes to his friends house along with his best friend Boges to find those drawings and take them back. Along with the drawings, Callum also finds out that his uncle has a gun.
What do you think they mean?
I don't know. What about you?
A woman, who claims that she nursed Callum's father, phones Cal to set up a meeting with him at the park. When Callum arrives at the park it is already dark. Out of nowhere, a car pulls up behind him and he is kidnapped. The kidnappers take Cal to an unknown area and start interrogating him.
How do you like that?!
Callum arrives home and finds that his house has been intruded along with his sister and uncle unconscious. Quickly, he tries to revive his sister Gabbi. He is unsuccseful and runs out before after being spotted by the intruders. He is then blamed for the attack and is wanted by the police.
Now that Callum is being accused of murder and being chased by a gang, he goes to an abandoned house to camp there until he can clear his name. While he is there, his friend Boges supplies him with food and clothing as Cal tries to unravel the meaning of his Dad's drawings.
Cal is out with his friend Boges when he gets kidnapped again. However, this time he is kidnapped by the evil Vulkan Sligo, one of the most dangerous criminals. He starts interrogating him until he realizes Cal has no information. He then throws him into an oil tank and leaves him to suffer.
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