If you enter, you might not come back out. If you do, you’ll never be the same.
When Rebeca leaves the Monte Laurel camp, she believes she is also leaving behind all the worst things from her adolescence: her weight problems, bullying, the memory of her deceased mother. Now, four years later, she can’t believe she has to return to the place that hurt her so much, forced to participate in the game her brother and two other boys have constructed there: an innocent passageway to terror that produces inexplicable results. Those who have tried it have never emerged. No one knows what happens behind that door, but all the neighbors confirm the rumor that has spread throughout the camp: that passage knows something about each and every one of them, even things forgotten, buried beneath the mud so they would never again come to the surface.