Despite her successful debut as an author, Naya has spent the previous three years struggling to come up with a new novel. In desperation, she decides to use an old diary, which belongs to a ghost named Galih, as the source material for her new book. But soon, she discovers Galih's many dark secrets when he was alive.
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Bima and Dara are lovers who are still in high school. At the age of 17, when they engage in a tryst, Dara becomes pregnant. Both are then confronted with a life that is unimaginable for children of their age, life as parents.
Akbar loses his faith in God after the death of Zahra, his wife, and refuses to teach his religion's ways to their daughter, Amira. He remarries, to a woman named Renata, but his new marriage isn't as happy as his first. One day, his old friend, Hassan, comes to visit and tries to bring him back to the right way. He finally allows Hassan to teach Amira, but strange things begin to happen in their house. Oddly, Renata is often the target of the terror.
Strange things plague a woman each time she attempts to say her Maghrib prayer. The door to the room opens by itself with no one there. Other times, voices/noises startle her when she begins to pray. Each time, something eerie and invisible interrupts her. Soon, she tries to uncover the mystery, but she doesn't realize that her life is in danger.