As a child, Jutta finds everyday life is not easy. She struggles with her adolescence and her trust in people is put to the test. Still, she finds her path. This novel is a story about a Roman youth, loss and abuse, and about growing up. But also about refugees and the agitation of an illegal life, mirrored along the other side. Jutta and Farah experienced first-hand that goodbye means dying a little each time. Marjoke Lincken (1956) grew up in Aachen, South Limburg. She lived in various parts of the country, where she came into contact with people from other cultures. She processed her experiences into countless stories and publications, including Kosovars in the Netherlands.